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Authors: Kornélia Kajáry, Zsuzsa Molnár, Szabolcs Szakáll jr., Péter Molnár and Zsolt Lengyel

Vinnicombe, S. J., Reznek, R. H.: Computerised tomography in the staging of Hodgkin’s disease and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Eur. J. Nucl. Med. Mol. Imaging, 2003, 30 (Suppl. 1) , S42–S55. Reznek R. H

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Authors: Anna Fábián, Renáta Bor, Anita Bálint, Klaudia Farkas, Ágnes Milassin, Mariann Rutka, László Tiszlavicz, Ferenc Nagy, Tamás Molnár and Zoltán Szepes

References 1 Heo, S. H., Kim, J. W., Shin, S. S., et al.: Multimodal imaging evaluation in staging of rectal cancer. World J. Gastroenterol., 2014

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Authors: Kristóf Dede, Tamás Mersich, Péter Nagy, Zsolt Baranyai, Attila Zaránd, István ifj. Besznyák, Sándor Faludi and Ferenc Jakab

Lippolis L Pieri E Cavina 1998 Is laparoscopic sonography a reliable and sensitive procedure for staging colorectal

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Authors: Renáta Bor, Anna Fábián, Klaudia Farkas, Anita Bálint, László Tiszlavicz, Tibor Wittmann, Ferenc Nagy, Tamás Molnár and Zoltán Szepes

Harewood, G., Wiersema, M. J., Nelson, H., et al.: A prospective, blinded assessment of the impact of preoperative staging on the management of rectal cancer. Gastroenterology, 2002, 123 , 24–32. Nelson H

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2006 Combined transbronchial needle aspiration and positron emission tomography for mediastinal staging of NSCLC Eur Respir J 27 889 894

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Authors: Árpád Kovács, Dávid Sipos, Gábor Lukács, Zoltán Tóth, Tímea Vecsera, András Kedves, Zsolt Cselik, Attila András Pandur, Gábor Bajzik, Imre Repa and Janaki Hadjiev

integrated FDG PET/CT and CT alone for preoperative staging. Radiology 2005; 236: 1011–1019. 5 Glimelius B, Tiret E, Cervantes A, et al. Rectal cancer: ESMO Clinical Practice

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Authors: László Czakó, Zoltán Szepes and Attila Szepes

Pfau, P. R., Perlman, S. B., Stanko, P., et al.: The role and clinical value of EUS in a multimodality esophageal carcinoma staging program with CT and positron emission tomography. Gastrointest

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Authors: Ildikó Garai, Csaba Tóth, Lajos Szabados, Judit Sóvágó, Lajos Tóth and Zoltán Csiki

Korom B Seifert GK von Schulthess HC Steinert 2003 Staging of

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Authors: László Czakó, Zsolt Dubravcsik, Beáta Gasztonyi, József Hamvas, Ferenc Pakodi, Attila Szepes and Zoltán Szepes

–965. Harewood, G. C., Wiersema, M. J., Nelson, H., et al.: A prospective, blinded assessment of the impact of preoperative staging on the management of rectal cancer. Gastroenterology, 2002, 123 (1), 24–32. Puli, S. R

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During the last two decades Roma musical styles have gone through numerous changes in Central and Eastern Europe. The effects of these cannot be assessed merely through changing musical performances and products in themselves, they must also be seen through the ways the Roma shape their relationships with their broader social surroundings. In spite of this, music-making is often considered as marginal compared to the mainstream issues of Roma research, justified by oppositions such as the one between the ‘sunny side’ of cultural creativity and the ‘gloomy side’ of everyday life in Roma communities. This view can be supported by some of the academic accounts that depict Roma performers as ‘apolitical’ subjects who are closer to the members of the majority — in the role of service-providers — than to their own co-ethnics. This paper introduces a case that counters these assumptions. Based on the heritage of the Roma cultural movement in Hungary, Roma performers and their practices of music-making were placed in direct association with the struggles for recognition in post-socialism. Especially from the 2000s on, these musical and discursive resources were deployed by Roma performers in their project to create a music scene and a niche market in the subcultural landscape of Budapest. Through their participation in this market, Roma performers had been engaging with the micropolitics of recognition and social participation. The liminal space defined by musical events determined both the possibilities and the limits of the experiments in which Roma performers and their mixed Roma and non-Roma Hungarian audiences were involved. The paper discusses the development of this niche, including the content, the politics and the space of musical performance.1

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