Lege Artis Medicinae - 2000;10(02)

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[Perinatal postasphyxial brain damage and its obstetric prevention]

PAPP Zoltán

[The author provides an overview of the definition and aethiopathogenesis of fetal hypoxia and asphyxia, including possible forms of post asphyxial damages of mature fetuses as well as the incidence and neurological consequences of cerebralpalsy. Among from the screening methods of fetal hypoxia the special importance of colour-Doppler and pulse-Doppler technique (flowmetry), cardiotocography (CTG), non-stress test, biophysical profile examinations, amnioscopy and fetal pulsoxymetry are... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[Practical questions of perinatal thyroidology]

ILYÉS István

[Characteristic features of maternal, fetal and neonatal thyroid functions are discussed. The role of maternal thyroid hormone transfer in fetal development is emphasised with the interpretation of the association between maternal and fetal thyroid functions. Thyroid disorders and dysfunctions during neonatal period are summarised and the influence of maternal thyroid disease to neonatal thyroid function is demonstrated. The role of iodine deficiency and importance of optimal iodine intake... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[Evaluating endocrine laboratory findings]

KOVÁCS L. Gábor, TOLDY Erzsébet, LŐCSEI Zoltán

[The clinical value of hormonal laboratory findings is determined by many more factors than of the conventional (non-endocrine) parameters. The increased complexity is partly due to the physiological and pathophysiological properties of hormonal biomolecules as well as to the characteristic differences in the analytical methods. Correct interpretation of the endocrine results requires the consideration of potential preanalytical errors and the collection and handling of samples done more... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[A case of juvenile haemochromatosis presenting adrenocortical insufficinecy ]

VÁRKONYI Andrea, KOLLAI Géza, ROMCSIK László, MÜZES Györgyi, TULASSAY Zsolt, TORDAI Attila, ANDRIKOVICS Hajnalka, PETER Kaltwasser Joachim, SEIDL Christian

[Juvenile haemochromatosis is a rare autosomally inherited disorder of iron metabolism causing severe iron overload in young adults. The organs mostly affected are liver, spleen, pancreas, heart and the skin similarly to the genetically also determined adult form. CASE REPORT - Contrary to most juvenile haemochromatosis cases characterised by secondary hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, this patient presented with adrenocortical insufficiency. Involvement of the heart was present on diagnosis while... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[Standardizing the results of Diabcare Hungary; A method for comparison and quality Improvement]

TABÁK Gy. Ádám, TAMÁS Gyula, KERÉNYI Zsuzsa

[INTRODUCTION – DiabCare, the monitoring system of the WHO/IDF-Euro was developed for continuous quality improvement of diabetes care based on a structured and standardized diabetes dataset. PATIENTS AND METHODS - Data from 5 DiabCare Hungary centers with different patient populations were adjusted for demographic parameters and compared to the 2403 records of the national dataset collected between 1995–97. RESULTS - More than half of the investigated patients were >56 years old (centers... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[Non-surgical treatment of menorrhagia]

PRENTICE Andrew

[This summary attempts to approach the diagnostic problems and therapeutic options of menorrhagia in a rational way. In preparing it, I used two professional opinions published in 1998 (8, 9), the material of a consensus conference published in 1995 (10), and the database of the Cochrane library.]

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

[ Recommendation for the pharmacological treatment of involutional osteoporosis]

LAKATOS Péter, HORVÁTH Csaba, MARTON István, PAP Károly, POÓR Gyula, MOOT Vezetősége

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000

Lege Artis Medicinae

FEBRUARY 01, 2000