Robert Grill, František Záťura, Zbyněk Tonar, Václav Báča, David Kachlík, Jiří Janáček, Lukáš Nedorost
Objective: Extending of knowledge of posttraumatic changes in experimental trauma of the kidney of the pig. Materials and methods: Anatomical imaging of vascular bloodstream by means of corrosive preparation and histological assessment of traumatic changes. Results: Anatomical assessment: the commonest impairment at the level of venae arcuatae with production of extravasates, impairment on aa.arcuatae. Histological assessment: The line of trauma was predominantly in loose collagenic tissue (lamina propria), impaired vessels were vv.or aa.arcutae. Hollow system of the kidney was not damaged by the fall test. Conclusion: The commonest tissue changes in traumas of lower stages are ruptures in loose collagenic tissue (lamina propria) and changes on vv.arcutae leading to extravasates. There was also an injury at the level of aa.arcuatae.