Effect of Fructus Psoraleae on Wistar Albino Rats' Ethanol-Induced Neurodegeneration of the Hippocampus
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Alcohol may harm the brain in the same ways it does other organs. It causes brain atrophy and cognitive impairment, either permanent or temporary. Thus, alcoholism has been a major challenge for humankind, yet it remains ingested as one of the most popular psychoactive drugs in the globe. It has been calculated that alcohol contributes to 3.8% of all fatalities worldwide and 4.6% of global DALYs. Due to gender-based disparities in consumption and drinking patterns, men in India suffer greater alcohol-related damage than women. The effects of fructus psoraleae on ethanol-induced hippocampal neurotoxicity in wistar albino rats are investigated here.
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