Assessment of some physiological criteria in obese and lean patients with PCOS in Sammawa City

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Muthanna Journal of Pure Sciences – MJPS
Volume 4 issue 1, 2017

Hawraa Al-Taee1, and Dr. Jihan .Al-Qadoori2

1College of science, AL-Muthanna university, AL-Muthanna, Iraq.

Abstract

Back ground: The cases of polycystic ovary syndrome have increased among Iraqi women lately. The current study is conducted to measure lymphocyte and granulocyte cells of patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome by using acount 60 apparatus, measuring of CD marker (CD4, CD8, CD56) of patients with PCOS by using ELISA apparatus, measuring of hormonal levels (LH, FSH, Testosterone) of patients with PCOS by using Minividas apparatus.
Results of the current study reveal a significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in lymphocytes and granulocytes count in the four age groups. These findings reveal clear increase in the CD8, CD4 and CD56 in patients with PCOS group compared to women without PCOS group. The results show there is a clear and significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in lymphocytes and granulocytes count according to the weight in three weight categories. While in both four and five weight categories do not have significant differences among women without PCOS and PCOS patients. The results show a significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients both of (CD4, CD8) in (51– 65) kg, (66-80) kg and (81– 95) kg while CD56 does not have a significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in three weight categories. While in both (96– 110) kg, (111– 125) kg four and five do not have a significant differences among women without PCOS and PCOS patients.
The findings reveal also a significant difference in lymphocytes and granulocytes count among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in both of (Mediterranean group, Meaterian1 (Red meat) group Vegetarian group, Meaterian2 (white meat) group. The result show has a significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in both of (CD4, CD8) in the first three food groups, Meaterian 2 (White Meat) group a significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in CD4 while CD8 does not have a significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patient, CD56 result shows no significant difference among women without PCOS and PCOS patients in all food groups studied.
The aim is to compare lymphocytes and granulocytes, CD markers, in lean and obese PCOS patients using two different control groups matched with age and weight.

Keywords: PCOS, Lymphocytes cell, granulocytes cell, CD markers, Obesity.

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