Lege Artis Medicinae - 2006;16(10)

Lege Artis Medicinae

OCTOBER 18, 2006

[CHEMOPREVENTION OF COLORECTAL CANCER]

LAKATOS Péter László

[Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer mortality in developed countries; in Hungary, the mortality has almost tripled in the past four decades. A decrease in mortality can only be expected from a consistently applied diagnostic and management strategy, including preventive measures. Primary prevention is defined as dietary, medicinal and lifestyle actions that can reduce the risk of developing cancer in people with average risk. Secondary prevention is the prophylactic... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

OCTOBER 18, 2006

[THE PRESENT STATE AND CURRENT PROBLEMS OF HUNGARIAN PSYCHIATRY]

TÚRY Ferenc, HARMATTA János

[The changes in attitude that occurred in general medicine 2 to 3 decades ago had a fundamental impact on psychiatry by giving it a greater emphasis due to the wider acceptance of the bio-psycho-social model. In parallel with this change an English-speaking professional dominance took over the former German-French traditions. Hungarian psychiatrists keep pace with the development of psychiatry, with remarkable achievements in some areas. In everyday patient care and clinical practice, however,... tovább »

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OCTOBER 18, 2006

[STUDY OF PARAOXONASE ACTIVITY IN MIXED CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASE]

BODOLAY Edit, SERES Ildikó, JAKAB Zsanett, CSÍPŐ István, SZILÁGYI Anna, SZEGEDI Gyula, PARAGH György

[INTRODUCTION - Mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD) is an inflammatory autoimmune disease with multiple organ involvement. Immune- inflammatory processes play a crucial role in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. The connection between inflammatory parameters and atherosclerosis in MCTD has not yet been studied. Lipid abnormality is an important risk factor of atherosclerosis. Among the lipids, HDL is protective, which is in part due to the antioxidant effect of paraoxonase. In this paper,... tovább »

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OCTOBER 18, 2006

[ENTERAL ADMINISTRATION OF N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS IN ACUTE PANCREATITIS]

LÁSZTITY Natália, HAMVAS József, BÍRÓ Lajos, NÉMETH Éva, MAROSVÖLGYI Tamás, DECSI Tamás, PAP Ákos, ANTAL Magda

[BACKGROUND - The main determinant of outcome in acute pancreatitis is the extent of inflammation and pancreatic necrosis. Early administration of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) may prevent the development of severe complications through modulation of eicosanoid synthesis and cytokine release. PATIENTS AND METHODS - In the prospective, randomised clinical trial 14 patients with acute pancreatitis received n-3 PUFAs (3.3 g/day for 5- 7 days) as a supplement to their enteral formula in... tovább »

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OCTOBER 18, 2006

[SIMULTANEOUS PRESENCE OF GIST AND MALT-LYMPHOMA OF THE STOMACH IN A HELICOBACTER PYLORI NEGATIVE PATIENT]

KOVÁCS Ferenc, GYÖKERES Tibor, TAKÁCS Imre Géza, PADÁNYI István, FEKETE Csaba, OROSZ Zsolt, PAP Ákos

[INTRODUCTION - The simultaneous presence of gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma (MALT) and a gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) is an extremely rare finding that has not been published until now. CASE REPORT - The authors report on a 78- year-old man who was referred to their department with an emergency upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Urgent gastroscopy revealed a bleeding ulcer in the middle third of the stomach. On the follow-up endoscopy 6 weeks later, an umbilicated... tovább »

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OCTOBER 18, 2006

[EPITHELIAL CYST OF THE SPLEEN COMBINED WITH HAEMANGIOMA]

LÉVAY Bernadett, SZELECZKY Márton, MAKAI Gábor, HIDVÉGI Judit, TAMÁS Róbert, GAMAL E. Mohamed

[INTRODUCTION - The most common symptom of spleen diseases is splenomegaly of various extent, which may be accompanied by pain in the upper left quadrant of the abdomen, as well as by fever, jaundice, haemorrhages. CASE REPORT - A 24-year-old woman with an abdominal mass that could not be determined by imaging was operated on and an epithelial cyst of unusually large size was identified in the spleen. CONCLUSION - The pathological background, diagnostic possibilities, and treatment options are... tovább »

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OCTOBER 18, 2006

[’THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE’ IN THE LIFE OF ALCOHOLICS]

GEREVICH József, BÁCSKAI Erika

[INTRODUCTION - ’The cycle of violence’ have long been a known phenomenon. The present research is aimed at answering the question of whether abuse suffered in childhood creates a tendency to aggressive behaviour in adulthood and whether there is a connection between these two forms of behaviour. METHODS - The sample studied comprised 235 clinically treated alcoholics. The instruments used for the investigation were the European Addiction Severity Index (EuropASI), the Buss and Perry Aggression... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

OCTOBER 18, 2006

Lege Artis Medicinae

OCTOBER 18, 2006

Lege Artis Medicinae

OCTOBER 18, 2006