Aftab Ahmed, Tazeen Kohari, Qanbar Abbas Naqvi, Rana Muhammad Zeeshan, Faiza Irshad, Zafar Iqbal Malik
Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences



Restoration of Cerebellar Gray Matter Thickness by Methylcobalamin (6 Weeks Study)

Aftab Ahmed, Tazeen Kohari, Qanbar Abbas Naqvi, Rana Muhammad Zeeshan, Faiza Irshad, Zafar Iqbal Malik



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ABSTRACT

Background: Methylcobalamin is essential vitamin required for DNA synthesis during cell division therefore maintain the architecture of nervous tissue distorted by soft metals such as Lithium Carbonate. Accurate documentation of the thickness cerebellar cortical thickness was required in subjects who were injected with methylcobalamin distorted by Lithium Carbonate.

Aim: To provide data of cerebellar gray matter thickness distorted by Lithium Carbonate by the anti-oxidant effect of methylcobalamin.

Methods: Fifteen albino rats were maintained on food and diet in Animal House of the Basic Medical Sciences Institute, JPMC Karachi for a period of 6 weeks.

Results: The results obtained of the thickness of cerebellar gray matter distorted by Lithium Carbonate was restored by methylcobalamin in our study.

Conclusion: To observe the neuroprotective effect of B12 on distorted cerebellar cortex treated by Lithium Carbonate.

Keywords: Methylcobalamin, Lithium Carbonate, Gray Matter, Cerebellum



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