L’immunità cellulo-mediata dopo colecistectomia laparoscopica


COD: 2000_05_565-572 Categorie: ,

G. Di Vita, C. Sciumè, G. Lauria Lauria , R. Patti, M. Frazzetta, P. Leo

Ann. Ital. Chir., LXXI, 5, 2000

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Cell – mediated immunity (CMI) is temporarily decreased after major surgical procedures in relation to type of anaesthesia, lenght and severity of an intervention. In this study it has been evaluated CMI response in vivo, after laparoscopic (LC) and open cholecystectomy (OC). 5 healthy persons and 16 patients with symptomatic and uncomplicated gallstones were studied. They were subdivided in two groups: 8 were treated by OC, 8 by LC. A skin test system (Multitest, IMC – Institute Merieux, Lyon, France ) consisting of a plastic disposable multiple-puncture device capable of simultaneous application of seven delayed-type hypersensitivity antigens and a glycerin and saline diluent (negative control) was used. The test was performed 48 hours before and 24 hours after the surgical procedure.