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The changes observed as well as having observed in the animals of the group Ep of the our studies, are presumably due to a disturbance in hidroelectrolite homeostasis and the changes caused by alcohol in cerebral membranes are apropriate and complementary to this supposed hypothesis maybe being responsible, at least, for some of the pathologies in Central Nervous System in alcoholics CHECIU et al.
Thus, Group Ab animals that started to receive tap water again as the liquid diet after days of treatment showed a marked recovery of the characteristics of the choroid tissue as a whole. On the basis of the morphologic characteristics of this structure, we may assume that at least a partial recovery of its function also occurred. The partial regression of the ultrastructural changes observed in the choroid epithelium of the abstemious animals after days of treatment, takes us to suggest that has happened due to the abstinence of those animals to the alcohol, and that the regression was not only larger, possibly for the small space of time that gave him between the withdrawal of the alcohol and the sacrifice and analysis of the organ 60 days.
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