International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Biology | Iraq | Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017 | Rating: 6.8 / 10 | Rate this Article

Histological Study of Some Isolation Fungi from Iraq / Baghdad Hospitals Apparatus that affected in Liver, Kidney and Testes in Albino Mice

Lamyaa A. Fadhil [2] | Sara H. Seddiq | Shaimaa A. Abid | Nada F.Abaas

Abstract: The present study was designed to investigate the histopathological effects of Aspergillus Fumigatus and Aspergillus Flavus on liver, kidney and testes in male albino mice. Where 20 samples taken inside each of the Al-furat General Hospital and Yarmouk Teaching Hospital from different places including the family and hospital equipment by transport media at the rate of three replicates from each place samples were taken for the purpose of isolating and diagnosing the polluted fungi of these areas. The study found that Aspergillus was the most common fungus found in these places was the prevalence rate in the al-furat General Hospital 56 % for the rest of the fungus species. In addition, A. flavus fungi was found to be 44.5 %, most of which were in female lobbies and A. fumigatus 30.05 %. The results of isolation from Yarmouk Hospital showed that the percentage of A. fumigatus fungi was 45.45 % and 24.24 %. The results showed the susceptibility of some types of A. flavus isolates to blood analysis. The results also showed the susceptibility of all fungi to keratin consumption. The study also showed dilated as congestion in the central vein and inflammatory cells infiltration, show accumulation fat in liver tissue. Hypertrophy tissue, We can see necrosis in hepatic cells. In organ kidney Different histological changes included infiltration, congestion in central vein. Renal degeneration in the kidney tissue, atrophy of renal tubule. While histological changes that found in the testes including damages of sertoli cells, degeneration of Leydig cells.

Keywords: Aflavus, A fumigatus, Aflatoxin, Baghdad hospitals, Necrosis, Infiltration, Hypertrophy

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017,

Pages: 853 - 861

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