Alena Burova

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175 children with acute bronchopulmonary pathology were examined for the presence of the pneumotropic infective agents by serological and bacteriological methods. In most children microbial associations with the prevalence of mycoplasmas, pneumocycts and, to a lesser extent, chlamydiae were detected. The considerable activation of cytomegalovirus (CMV)(More)
During examination of 60 children aged 3-15 years with manifestations of acute bronchitis Chlamydia pneumoniae antigen was detected in their nasal and pharynx smears in 11.7% of cases with the use of enzyme immunoassay and indirect immunofluorescence test. In 10% of cases chlamydial pneumonia was diagnosed serologically. In the course of complex laboratory(More)
Different methods of laboratory diagnostics were comparatively analyzed in examining 25 patients at the early infection stage. Sera were measured by using various serological reactions. Specific antibodies were determined by using the reaction of indirect immune-fluorescence (RIIF), the immune-enzyme analysis (IEA) and the complement-binding reaction (CBR)(More)
OBJECTIVES Late relapses (>2 years) after completion of chemotherapy are rare and often platinum-resistant. There are limited data concerning late relapses in chemotherapy-naïve patients with stage I germ cell tumors. This retrospective analysis was performed to compare the outcome between patients with stage I germ cell tumors, who had late (≥2 years) and(More)
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