Histopathological Studies On The Effect Of The Magnetized Water On The Kidney Of Albino Rat
The present study aims to know the effects of the magnetized water on experimental animals histo-pathologically. Tap water samples were collected from Faculty of Science, Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt. Rats were divided into 2 groups (i.e: pre-exposure (PE) and post-exposure (PO). Water was exposed to a weak static magnetic field (MF) generated from a stack of magnets (B = 18 G). After the treatment, albino rats (Ratus norvegicus ) were kept for a month (30 days) and then the kidney tissue samples were prepared and analyzed utilizing the light and electron microscope. In addition to that, renal functional parameters were also studied. Results showed that the magnetized water destroyed the renal functions and was not safe for drinking. Therefore, it is not recommended for daily drinking purpose.
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