The effect mechanism of neurogen inflammation incited by local capsaicin irritation was examined by the authors in the oral soft tissue of rats subsequent to antihistamin pretreatment. Furthermore, with the aid of muscarin blocking receptor also the parasympathetic component of the vasodilatation was examined. On basis of their results it was established that the vein-wall-permeability and microcircular changes observed in the course of the neurogen inflammation of the oral soft tissue partly expanded by the histamin through the H1-receptors. The H2-receptors as well as the parasympathetic fibers do not become activated in the process.
|Translated title of the contribution||The role of histamine in neurogenic inflammations of the mouth mucosa in rats|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 1991|
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