CÉLULAS-TRONCO NO TRATAMENTO DA DOR

Autores

  • Fabiano de Abreu Rodrigues
  • Luiz Felipe Chaves Carvalho

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v2i7.156

Palavras-chave:

Dor neuropática, Neuropatia, Células-tronco, Mesenquimais

Resumo

O corpo humano é composto por centenas de células, dentre essas centenas, existem as denominadas células tronco, que possuem a capacidade de dar origem a diversos tecidos e são responsáveis por formarem nossos órgãos. É possível que através desse potencial regenerador das células tronco sobre as células nervosas, as células tronco desempenhem um efeito terapêutico sobre as neuropatias, que são consequências de disfunções ou lesões no sistema nervoso. Estudos recentes corroboram que a administração de células tronco pode levar à redução de dores neuropáticas comportamentais não só em modelos experimentais com ligadura de nervo isquiático, mas também com a neuropatia diabética. O presente estudo tem como objetivo principal revisar a literatura sobre quais as formas e quais as utilidades  de células-tronco para tratamento de dores neuropáticas. O método utilizado para a realização deste estudo foi a revisão bibliográfica sistemática, e os resultados foram obtidos de oito publicações selecionadas. Concluiu-se com esse trabalho que existem diversos registros que corroboram os efeitos positivos obtidos no tratamento para dor neuropática utilizando células-tronco transplantadas de diferentes origens e para diferentes tratamentos de dores, mas ressalta-se que mais pesquisas devem ser feitas sobre o assunto para padronização do tratamento.

 

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Biografia do Autor

Fabiano de Abreu Rodrigues

Logos University international

Luiz Felipe Chaves Carvalho

Logos University International

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06/07/2022

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Abreu Rodrigues, F. de, & Felipe Chaves Carvalho, L. (2022). CÉLULAS-TRONCO NO TRATAMENTO DA DOR. RECISATEC - REVISTA CIENTÍFICA SAÚDE E TECNOLOGIA - ISSN 2763-8405, 2(7), e27156. https://doi.org/10.53612/recisatec.v2i7.156

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