Authors:Tünde Krähling, Katalin Balassa, Nóra Meggyesi, András Bors, Judit Csomor, Árpád Bátai, Gabriella Halm, Miklós Egyed, Sándor Fekete, Péter Reményi, Tamás Masszi, Attila Tordai and Hajnalka Andrikovics
the World Health Organization (WHO) classification of myeloid neoplasms and acute leukemia: rationale and important changes. Blood, 2009, 114 (5), 937–951.
Baxter, E. J., Scott, L. M., Campbell, P. J., et al
The publication output of India and Bulgaria on epidemiology of neoplasms as reflected in Medline on CD-ROM for 1966–1999 was scientometrically analyzed. Indians have published 347 papers in 24 domestic journals but 444
papers in169 journals from 21 countries. Bulgarians have published 88 papers in 6 Bulgarian journals but 63 papers in 39 journals
from 13 countries. Some 17 journals from 8 countries contained papers by Indian and Bulgarian authors both. Oncology dominated
with 46 different journals. Indians have published papers in foreign journals of 30 thematic profiles but Bulgarians - of
12 ones. The collaboration of Indians and Bulgarians resulted from joint bilateral projects and/or postgraduate studies abroad.
Authors:Veronika Kozma, Gy. Végső, P. Á. Deák, E. Hartmann, A. Németh, Sz. Török, R. Langer and A. Doros
Kidney neoplasms can occur after kidney transplantation in low percentage. In this report we delineate a rare case of neoplasm in the transplanted kidney detected on screening ultrasonographic examination. Due to the intercalyceal location of the tumor percutaneous radiofrequency ablation was planned with continuous cooling the collecting system avoiding the thermal damage. To the best of our knowledge this method has never been reported applying in transplanted kidney. The two-month CT follow-up verified no residual tumor and the kidney function remained in normal range during this period. These facts imply that the method can be safely applied.
Authors:Igor Ribeiro Dos Santos, Daniel Ricardo Rissi, Betânia Pereira Borges, Guilherme Reis Blume and Fabiano José Ferreira De Sant’Ana
in this species ( Langoni et al., 2009; Milanelo et al., 2009 ), but spontaneous neoplasms are rarely described ( Reppas et al., 2001; Skorinsky et al., 2008 ), with only one reported case of epitheliotropic lymphoma in the skin ( Skorinsky et al