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Az automatizált emlőultrahang-daganatszűrés szakirodalmi áttekintése

Review of the scientific literature on the use of automated breast ultrasound for screening

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Judit Tittmann
,
Marcell Csanádi
,
Tamás Ágh
,
György Széles
,
Zoltán Vokó
,
Katalin Ormándi
, and
Árpád Kallai

D, et al. Breast cancer screening with imaging: recommendations from the Society of Breast Imaging and the ACR on the use of mammography, breast MRI, breast ultrasound, and other technologies for

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors:
Dóra Lili Brassó
,
Renáta Knop
,
Zsófia Várszegi
,
Péter Bársony
,
István Komlósi
,
Árpád Bacsadi
, and
Andrea Bistyák

incubation, and incubation technology ( Deeming, 1995 ; Gonzalez et al., 1999 ). Ostrich egg contamination by Escherichia coli , Pseudomonas , Klebsiella and Salmonella species may cause embryonic death ( Perelman, 2009 ). Other authors mention

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to obtain 11 components. Ginsenoside Rg1 (100 g) was obtained using super-30 column, recrystallization technology. HPLC analysis AC Chrom S6000 spectrum liquid chromatography equipped with a binary solvent delivery system, autosampler, UV

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Új készítmények bevezetése: patogén redukált konvaleszcens plazma, patogén redukált aferezises trombocitakoncentrátum

Introduction of new products: pathogen reduced convalescent plasma, pathogen reduced apheresis platelet concentrate

Hematológia–Transzfuziológia
Authors:
Eszter Luca Tóth
,
Zsuzsanna Nemes Nagy
, and
Sándor Nagy

= 1 db FFP) [ 5 ]. A patogén redukciós kezelés folyamata Az előállítás következő lépése a plazmák patogén redukciós (Mirasol Pathogen Reduction Technology System, Terumo BCT, Lakewood, CO) eljárással történő kezelése. A kialakult pandémiás helyzet

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Psychedelic substances such as psilocybin and ketamine may represent the future of antidepressant treatment, due to their rapid and prolonged effects on mood and cognition. The current body of psychedelic research has focused on administration and treatment within a psychiatric context. Here, instead, we put to the test the contention that it is necessary to evaluate the current state of this literature from a broader biopsychosocial perspective. Examining these arguably neglected social and psychological aspects of psychedelic treatment can provide a more holistic understanding of the interplay between the interconnected domains. This review of six major clinical trials applies a biopsychosocial model to evaluate the antidepressant effects of psilocybin and ketamine assisted therapy. We conclude that combination psychedelic treatment and psychotherapy facilitate more enduring and profound antidepressant effects than produced by ketamine or psilocybin alone. Emphasising the advantages of therapeutic intervention will encourage those who may attempt to self-medicate with psychedelics to instead seek a framework of psychological support, minimising associated risks of unregulated use.

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Elülsőszegmentum-optikaikoherencia-tomográfia (OCT) a korszerű szemészeti diagnosztikában

Anterior segment optical coherence tomography in modern ophthalmic diagnostics

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Miklós Ágoston Lukács
and
László Módis

. The role of imaging technologies for ocular surface tumors. Curr Opin Ophthalmol. 2021; 32: 369–378. 11 Abdelazeem K, Sharaf M, Saleh MG, et al

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Indokolt-e a spermaminták bakteriológiai szűrése in vitro fertilizáció előtt?

Is bacteriological screening of semen samples before in vitro fertilization treatment justified?

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Éva Berkes-Bara
,
Annamária Nemes
,
Kata Joó
,
Beáta Dudás
,
Ákos Murber
,
János Urbancsek
, and
Péter Fancsovits

. Microbial contamination in assisted reproductive technology: source, prevalence, and cost. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2020; 37: 53–61. 3 World Health

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To investigate the milk production limiting potential of a diet based on grass silage (40%), hay (15%), dried sugar beet pulp (13%) and grain compound mixture (32%), 28 multiparous cows in early lactation were randomly assigned to two treatment groups: a control group and a group receiving supplementary rumen protected methionine (RPMet) treatment (12 g intestinally available methionine/ cow/day, given 1–120 days postpartum; Smartamine™; RPAN’s technology). The diet was formulated to meet the requirements for protein and net energy. RPMet supplementation had no significant effect on DMI (kg/cow/day), milk dry mass, milk lactose and milk urea contents. Responses for mean daily milk yield, mean milk fat and milk protein yields were significantly higher (P < 0.05) in cows supplied with RPMet than in controls. Mean daily milk yield, milk protein and milk fat yields increased by 2.4 kg, 108 g and 124 g, respectively. The mean daily milk protein and casein contents were increased by 1.8 g and 0.9 g and milk fat content by 1.2 g in 1 kg of milk, respectively. The results suggest that in cows fed grass silage and a grain compound mixture milk production is limited by methionine insufficiency, but milk production performance can be increased significantly by the addition of RPMet to the diet.

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diagnosis of bTB. Materials and methods Ethics statement Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency (APQA) is a national central research institute in the Republic of Korea that has been researching and developing diagnosis, treatment, and prevention technologies

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