Study of Some Histopathological and Immunological Analysis in Patients with Chronic Tonsillitis
Keywords:Histopathological Changes, Immunology, Chronic Tonsillitis, Interleukin-6, B-Cell Lymphoma 2
Several histopathological and immunological changes that occur in patients with palatine tonsillitis. Blood
and tonsil samples were collected from patients with palatine tonsillitis and (healthy peoples) in Ramadi city.
The results of histopathological analysis showed the percent of immunopositive cells for the proliferation
marker was low while the percent of immunpositive cells for the apoptosis marker was high. Serum was
used to know the effect of palatine tonsillitis on some assays CRP, RF, IL-6 and IgM. The results were
showed the following: Significant increase in the levels of CRP and RF in patients compared with control
group. Significant increase in the levels of IL-6 and IgM compared with control group. We conclude that
patients in Ramadi city have several pathological changes in palatine tonsils.
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