Hungarian Radiology

[Markusovszky memorial session]


JUNE 20, 2006

Hungarian Radiology - 2006;80(03-04)



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Hungarian Radiology

[CT enteroclysis in small bowel Crohn’s disease]


[PURPOSE - The aim of this paper is to demonstrate morphological changes of Crohn’s disease observed by CT enteroclysis and also to evaluate the role of the method in the diagnosis and the follow up of patients with known or suspected Crohn’s disease. PATIENTS AND METHODS - We evaluated retrospectively 50 typical cases who were examined earlier. Crohns’s disease was diagnosed in 42 patients before CT enteroclysis. Histological confirmation was available in 36 cases after colonoscopy and in six cases after surgery. In eight patients had a high suspicion of the disease, histological examination was not performed. CT enteroclysis findings were read by two radiologist independently and results were compared. RESULTS - CT enteroclysis showed typical signs of Crohn’s disease in all patients. Different degree of wall thickening was seen in all cases, pathological enhancement of small bowel wall (in cases 35), multilayered appearance (n=29), fibrofatty proliferation (n=33), enlarged lymph nodes (n=37), entero-enteric fistula (n=6), entero-cutan fistula n (=5), mesenteric abscess (n=5) was found. CONCLUSION - CT enteroclysis is an accurate method to detect mural and extramural abnormalities in patients with Crohn’s disease. CT enteroclysis proved highly accurate in detecting small bowel involvement and it also provides an estimation of clinical activity of the disease. CT enetroclysis can be considered as the first imaging method in patients with clinical signs of Crohn’s diseases and also in the follow up of patients with known disease.]

Hungarian Radiology



Hungarian Radiology

[Radiological diagnosis of lung cancer - 2005 Literature review Onco Update 2005]


[Our aim is to review the radiologic literature of lung cancer of 2004 and some remarkable publications from 2003. There are three main groups in the recent publications dealing with lung cancer’s radiology. The first group comprises those reviews and metaanalyses which focus on the overall utility and reliability of routinely applied modalities such as CT and MRI. In the second group we find original articles reporting on the experience with new modalities. This group is dominated by publications dealing with positron emission tomography and the first clinical results of combined PET-CT technology. In the third part we review those articles dealing with lung cancer screening. Radiological lung cancer screening is in the focus of interest again, mainly due to the introduction of low-dose CT which is undoubtadly the most sensitive radiological modality for the early detection of lesions, however, its clinical utility is debated. The papers referred are basically sceptic, but this is not the end, because controlled long term follow-up studies are still in progress. Part of the publications report on the first clinical results of new methods, while others give valuable additional data regarding the performance of “well established” radiological modalities.]

Hungarian Radiology

[Computers in radiology - The use of speech recognition system in radiological reporting]


[The radiological practice has been changed with the wide spread use of computers. New methods were introduced in digital radiology. The recognition of speech is provided by development of computer technology, which makes medical documentation easier. The object of the paper was to publish the experiences using a speech recognition system. The authors review the characteristics of conventional and computer- based radiological reporting, the advantages and problems of the speech recognition system. The Speech- MagicTM speech recognition software is a good method in the daily radiological practice which makes reporting easier and, decreases the patient's waiting time. It is possible to use the system easily after a short period of learning time.]

Hungarian Radiology

[Gobelin-tapestry exhibition of Zsuzsanna Papp]


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Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

[Can be taught first aid for children 5-6 years old?]

BÁNFAI Bálint, RADNAI Balázs, MARTON József, PÉK Emese, DEUTSCH Krisztina, BETLEHEM József

[Aims of the study: Basic Life Saving Activities should be thought in early childhood in order to base helping aptitude for adulthood. The authors’s aim was to teach kindergarten children for basic first aid duties and than to examine their results. Sample and methods: 51 children were involved in the survey. There was two sessions with theoretical and practical games about first aid. On the third session children were tested about their skills and one month later re-tested. The statistical analyses were made with SPSS 17.0 software. Results: The maximum point of the test was 38 points. The average point of the first test was 16,94 points and the re-test score was higher. The difference between the results was significant (p<0,05). The results showed attitudinal differences between boys and girls (p<0,05). Conclusions: The 5 and 6 years old children of kindergarten can learn the basic concepts. ]

Clinical Neuroscience



[Objective - To investigate the pathomechanism of essential (ET) and parkinsonian tremor (PT) by studying the correlation between tremor severity and movement-related beta rhythm changes of the human electroencephalogram. Patients and methods - We recorded the electroencephalogram of 10 patients with essential tremor, 10 with Parkinsonian tremor and 10 controls. In a preliminary session we determined the side with lower and higher tremor intensity (T+, T++ respectively), using accelerometry. Subjects pressed an on-off switch in a self-paced manner with left and right thumb. After digitalization of the EEG from Cz, C3, C4 electrodes, the movement reactive beta frequency (MRBF), its minimum/maximum peak power values and their latencies triggered to movement offset were determined. Results - The time course and amplitude of movement related beta desynchronization (ERD) were similar in each group regardless of tremor intensity. In ET tremor severity did not influence post-movement beta synchronization (PMBS) amplitude (PMBSET+=100.98±48.874%, PMBSET++=135.1±92.87%; p=0.231), however it was significantly delayed after the movement of the more tremulous hand (latPMBSET+=1.26±0.566 s, latPMBSET++= 1.57±0.565 s, p=0.003). In the PT group on the side of pronounced tremor the amplitude of PMBS decreased but it was not delayed, compared to the less affected hand (PMBSPT+=115.19±72.131%, PMBSPT++= 77.84±53.101%, p=0.0028; latPMBSPT+=1.4±0.74 s, latPMBSPT++=1.25±0.797 s, p=0.191). In controls the power and latency of PMBS was similar on both sides. Conclusions - The results suggest that neuronal mechanisms underlying PMBS generation are differently affected by ET and PT. Investigation of PMBS might be used for the differential diagnosis of essential tremor and Parkinson's disease.]

Lege Artis Medicinae

[Experimental investigation of the complex energy balance]


[The complex energy balance includes maintenance of both normal body mass and body temperature. In the homeostasis regulation it is important that the activities of several physiologic processes are balanced with each other, for example, the balance between food intake and energy expenditure is crucial to maintain normal body mass, while the balance between heat production and heat loss is vital in determining body temperature. Obesity and loss of body weight, as well as fever and hypothermia are consequences of the dysregulation in energy balance. In our research, we studied receptorial and neurohumoral mechanisms involved in the maintenance and in the impairment of energy balance. This paper gives an overview of our most important findings, which served as the basis of the application submitted to and awarded with 3rd prize by the Prof. Dr. Laszlo Romics Memorial Foundation. We review the physiologic role of transient receptor potential channels, mostly of vanilloid-1 (formerly: capsaicin receptor) in the regulation of body temperature and body mass. Among the neuropeptides which take part in the maintenance of energy balance, we present the thermoregulatory effects of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone and pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide. Last, among the molecular mechanisms of systemic inflammation, which is characterized by thermoregulation disorders (e.g., fever, hypothermia), we recap the role of the vanilloid-1 and neurokinin-1 receptor, and bilirubin.]

Hungarian Radiology

[Imre Lélek memorial session, 2007]


Journal of Nursing Theory and Practice

[The examination of the factors which are the underlying causes of the intrauterine fetal death]

ZUBOR Mónika, SZABÓ László, KARÁCSONY Ilona Hajnalka

[The aim of the study: Nowadays the most common obstetric complication is the stillbirth. The affected families suffer spiritually as well. The aim of our research was to identify those most common maternal factors which lead to the intrauterine death of the fetus. Material and methods: The retrospective research was carried out between January of 2007 and December of 2014 in Markusovszky Educational Hospital in Szombathely. During the non-random, targeted sampling, the research was carried out with the help of an essay which included the data of 50 people. Beside the descriptive statistics the authors also used Chi-squared test with the help of the Microsoft Excel program (p<0,05). Results: If we take into account the frequency of stillbirth, there is significant relationship between singular pregnancies and twin pregnancies (p<0,05). Among women from different ages there is a significant relationship between the frequency of endocrine diseases and stillbirth as well (p<0,05). According to the results the most common cause of the intrauterine death was hypoxia (32,6%). Conclusion:With the identification of high risk pregnancies at an early age and with the prevention the complications we could reduce the number of stillbirths.]