Lege Artis Medicinae - 2010;20(05)

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010

[Haemophilia today]

KARDOS Mária

[Haemophilia is the most well-known inherited bleeding disorder, which has an X-linked inheritance and affects men. Its severity is classified on the basis of the amount of circulating functional clotting factors: patients with values < 1% have severe disease, those with values of 1-5% have moderate disease, and those with values >5% are classified as having mild disease. Severe haemophilia is characterised by frequent, spontaneous bleeding episodes, whereas in those with moderate or mild... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010

[Psychoendocrine aspects of chronic stress, depression and eating disorders]

MOLNÁR Ildikó, MOLNÁR Gábor

[The brain is not only a central organ, but also a target of stress-related events. During chronic stress, many somatic and psychiatric disorders could be initiated by the decreased allostatic or adaptive abilities of the individual. The brain is involved in the regulation of stress-related events via hormones, neuropeptides, monoamines and cytokines. A number of endocrine diseases or hormonal changes are associated with behavioural, vegetative and emotional alterations, which occasionally lead... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010

[About stem cells]

PAPP Csaba

[Stem cells are special cells of an organism that are capable to continuously renew themselves and, triggered by environmental effects, to differentiate and produce cells suitable for various functions. Due to their special characteristics, stem cells have an exciting potential to fulfil an old dream of physicians: to replace and regenerate damaged cells and tissues. Regenerative medicine has undoubtedly opened new vistas in medicine and provides hope for those with yet uncurable diseases.... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010

[Successful chest-wall reconstruction after the resection of a chondrosarcoma using muscle-flap and polytetrafluorethylene mesh repair]

AGÓCS László, KOCSIS Ákos, TAMÁS Róbert, LÉVAY Bernadett, CSEKEŐ Attila

[INTRODUCTION - Approximately 30% of malignant, primary bone tumours are chondrosarcomas, which most frequently develop on the anterior chest wall. Patients who are treated with adequate surgical intervention recover, 10-year survival rate is 97%. Besides the aesthetic outcome, preservation of breathing functions is crucial. CASE REPORT - The 36-years-old patient presented with a large chondrosarcoma, which infiltrated the left chest wall (4-6th ribs, the parietal pleura and the underlying... tovább »

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MAY 20, 2010

[Financial incentives for quality improvement]

BELICZA Éva, EVETOVITS Tamás

[Policy makers and payers of health care services devote increasing attention to improve quality of services by incentivising health care providers. These - so called - pay for performance (P4P) programmes have so far been introduced in few countries only and evidence on their effectiveness is still scarce. Therefore we do not know yet which instruments of these programmes are most effective and efficient in improving quality. The P4P systems implemented so far in primary care and in integrated... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

MAY 20, 2010