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Abstract

STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF LEAD AND CADMIUM ON SOME IMMUNOLOGICAL AND HEMATOLOGICAL ASPECTS FOR SOME RESIDENTS OF BAQUBAH CITY.

Munther Hamza Rathi, Mohammed Abdul Diam Saleh and *Huda Abdul Hameed Abdul Rahman

ABSTRACT

This study was designed to determine the amount of Lead and Cadmium pollution in Baqubah city and their effects on some immunological and hematological indicators. From several areas of Baqubah city, 120 blood samples were collected from apparently healthy individuals. Regarding sex, the results of this study indicated a highly significant difference (P≤0.01) in each level of Lead and cadmium in males when compared to female group, while the immunoglobin results were as follows: IgG levels showed a significant decrease in male group compared to female group (P≥0.01(, a highly significant decrease was shown in IgM level in male group compared to female group (P≤0.01), while there was no significant difference in IgA level in the study groups. The results demonstrated a highly significant increase in the levels of (Hb),(RBC),(HCT),(MCV),(MCH) and (MCHC) in male group compared to female group, while the RDW-CV results showed a highly significant decrease in male group compared to female group (P≤0.01, whereas no significant difference was found in RWD-SV(P≥0.05) between male and female groups.

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