Russian Mineralogical Society
Fedorov session 2016
Minerological study of human calcifications orphology features

RMS-DPI code:  2016-1-48-1
Scientific session:  2. Applied mineralogy
Author listing:  Evdokimov F.., Yakushina O.A., Khozyainov M.S.
Principal author:  Yakushina Olga Aleksandrovna
Language:  English
Abstract - Summary 
(short description):
Mineral concrements of a biogeneous origin, calcifications various localization, bilious and salivary stones are alien pathogenic formations that cause a number of diseases demanding operative intervention. The biogeneous concrements have been studied with the developed XCT technique and on mineralogical approach. XCT for biogeneous concrements is alike histology in medical and biological studies, however gives priority in speed of research without special sample preparation. Biogeneous concrements morphology differ from organogenious mineral matter of pearls and corals, also difference in phase composition and distribution for calcifications, salivary stones and gallstones has been shown; such research may better promote disease courses explanation, revealing mechanisms of the calcification process development, being aimed at the health protection. Future investigations are aimed at disease course explanation, revealing mechanisms of human biolithostones origin and development processes.
keyworlds: morphostrusture, calcifications, salivary stones, gallstones stones, X-ray CT
Date of presentation:  11/10/2016
Presentation Place:  , . 1171
RMS-DPI code:  2016-1-48-1
File of proceedings 
 100 K
Status:  preprint
Accepted:  28/08/2016
Contact author(s):  Yakushina, Olga Aleksandrovna

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