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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: B. Purar, G. Bekavac, Đ. Jocković, É. Toldi Tóth, L. Kálmán, E. Raspudić, and M. Dimitrijević

34 475 483 Duduk, B., Bertaccini, A. 2006. Corn with symptoms of reddening: new host of stolbur phytoplasma. Plant Disease 90 :1313

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A tüdő neuroendokrin daganatai a tüdő összes tumorainak mintegy 20%-át teszik ki. Négy fő szövettani csoportba oszthatók: típusos és atípusos carcinoid, illetve kissejtes tüdőrák és nagysejtes neuroendokrin carcinoma. A betegek körülbelül 60%-a panaszos, a leggyakoribb tüneteket a köhögés, véres köpetürítés és a társuló tüdőgyulladás jelentik. A pulmonalis neuroendokrin tumorok szekréciós terméke a kromogranin-A, amely tumormarkerként viselkedik. A kissejtes tüdőrák nem ritka, nagyon agresszív és nagy metasztatikus potenciállal rendelkezik, míg a szintén rossz prognózisú nagysejtes neuroendokrin tumorral ritkábban kell számolni. A típusos és atípusos carcinoidok összesen 1–2%-ot tesznek ki a tüdődaganatok közül, és tüneteket okozó hormontermeléssel járhatnak (például carcinoidszindróma). A kezelés legfontosabb eleme reszekábilis esetben a műtét, lokálisan előrehaladott vagy távoli áttétet adó esetben kombinált kemoterápia és szomatosztatinanalóg-kezelés lehetősége jön szóba. A jelen összefoglaló közlemény a tüdő neuroendokrin daganatainak tüneteit és diagnosztikai algoritmusát foglalja össze. Orv. Hetil., 2011, 152, 366–370.

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show some kind of ophthalmic symptoms, including scotomas, hypertensive retinopathy, serous retinal detachment, and cortical blindness. Symptoms vary from transient visual loss to severe visual loss because of serous retinal detachment, to cortical

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show some kind of ophthalmic symptoms, including scotomas, hypertensive retinopathy, serous retinal detachment, and cortical blindness. Symptoms vary from transient visual loss to severe visual loss because of serous retinal detachment, to cortical

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. Bioelectromagnetics, 27, 142–150. Arnetz , B. B., Wiholm , C. (1997) Technological stress: psychophysiological symptoms in modern offices. J Psychosom Res, 43, 35–42. Bárdos G

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, A.M. (1999): Gender differences in physical symptoms and illness behavior. A health diary study. Social Science and Medicine , 49 (8): 1061–1074. Hall, J.A., Roter, D.L. (1998): Medical communication and gender: a

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Illness or Symptom?

Some remarks on the terminology of Mesopotamian medical texts

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author: András Bácskay

It has been obvious for a long time that the so-called symptom descriptions in the source groups of Mesopotamian medicine (particularly in prescriptions of therapeutic and diagnostical/prognostic texts) cannot be exclusively applied to specific diseases, as the same symptoms appear in connection with a variety of illnesses, and symptom descriptions relating to individual diseases can be very varied. Although several attempts have been made by researchers to describe the ancient Mesopotamian culture's system of ideas about illness, no unambiguous scientific answer has as yet been provided to the question what relationship exists between the symptoms and illnesses mentioned. Due to the lack of an exact understanding of ancient Mesopotamia's conceptual framework concerning symptoms and diseases, and the modern approaches to the given texts from the viewpoint of our own culture's taxonomy of the related field, we have achieved a state of significant conceptual discrepancies. Recent research has attempted to clarify some of the issues. Below I am giving a short summary of the results in this field. Following that I am providing a brief description of my approach to the Babylonian medical terminology.

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Authors: Máté Magyar, Péter Barsi, Katalin Korányi, and Pál Novák Kaposi

proliferation and dramatic dilation of these valveless, thin walled orbital veins. Presenting symptoms of the venous tension and the conflict of vascular formations with oculomotor muscles can include intermittent diplopia, proptosis, decreased visual acuity

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Mihály Végh, Hans-Walter Roth, András Hári-Kovács, and Andrea Facskó

Roth, H. W.: Eye symptoms in Ebola. [Augensymptome bei Ebola.] Augenspiegel, 2014, November, 12. [German] Bwaka, M. A., Bonnet, M. J., Calain, P., et al.: Ebola hemorrhagic

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., Fidesser M., Krska R., (1997): Head blight (Fusarium spp.) on wheat: investigation on the relationship between disease symptoms and mycotoxin content. Cereal Res. Comm., 25: 459–465. Krska R

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