volume 12, issue 2, P94-99 1997
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-86501997000200004
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Abstract: To monitor the evolution of anastomoses performed on the distal colon in a situation of experimental peritonitis, 37 Wistar-Tecpar male rats aged 114 to 130 days and weighing on avarage 298 g were divided into two lots: group S (control, N = 18) and group P (experimental, N = 19). P rats were submitted to laparotomy and peritonitis was induced by perforating the cecum with a needle, and S rats were only submitted to manipulation of the cecum. Twenty-four hours later animals were resubmitted to laparotomy and d…

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