Štefan Tóth

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The course of histopathological alterations within jejunal graft architecture during the initial adaptation phase in the host body was investigated. Graft tissues were compared to the intestinal tissues of the recipients. This study demonstrates: (1) renewal of intestinal epithelial lining in the graft biopsies during initial hours after transplantation is(More)
The character of the changes in cell populations within the jejunal graft mucosa during the initial adaptation phase in the host body was investigated. 24 adult male Wistar rats underwent intestinal heterotopic allotransplantation. Aorto-aortal and porto-caval anastomoses were performed using the end-to-side microsurgery technique. Graft tissues were(More)
Ischaemic/reperfusion (IR) injury of the small intestine may lead to the development of multiple organ failure. Little is known about the morphological changes occurring in the organs during the subacute course of this syndrome. The objective of this study was to observe histopathological features and the role of apoptosis in the jejunal mucosa and lung(More)
The progress of jejunal damage and recovery in the course of mesenteric ischemia-reperfusion injury in rats at different time periods was investigated. Mesenteric ischemia lasting 1h followed by 1h of reperfusion caused a significant disintegration of the mucosa, reduction of the muscular layer and diminution of the wall thickness. The loss of epithelium(More)
BACKGROUND Different pathological affections of the small intestine cause corresponding morphological and functional changes. The present study was aimed to assess intestinal trehalase activities during ischemia and following reperfusion, correlate them with the pathological changes and determine whether trehalase could be used as a biochemical marker of(More)
OBJECTIVE An association between malnutrition, weight loss and mortality has been demonstrated in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but the prognostic influence of low body-mass index (BMI) and plasma concentrations of albumin and cholesterol is less clear in patients with chronic respiratory insufficiency treated with domiciliary(More)
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a serious medical condition occurring in patients with polytrauma, pulmonary or non-pulmonary sepsis, pneumonia and many other circumstances. It causes inflammation of the lung parenchyma leading to impaired gas exchange with a systemic release of inflammatory mediators, causing consequential lung tissue injury,(More)
Ischemic-reperfusion (IR) injury of the small intestine makes a serious complications associated with various surgical procedures and is related to changes in motility, secretory activity and structural alterations. Preconditioning can reduce range of this damage. The aim of the experimental study was to determine the influence of ischemic preconditioning(More)
Decreasing ischemia-reperfusion injury in intestinal transplantation is of paramount importance for improving graft recovery and function. This study explores the ability of two ischemic preconditioning (IPC) regimens to reduce preservation injury. Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into 3 groups (n = 11 each). In the controls (group C), intestinal grafts(More)
The paper proposes a novel application regarding to the image processing for the VANET. The main idea of the application is to create a query in order to get data from an image captured by a camera placed in a vehicle. The query is not related to a database but it is aimed for a still image in real time processing. Using the query we could get data by(More)