Anna Krajewska

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The authors describe a rare case of congenital dyspnoë caused by "pulmonary artery sling". They indicate a role of early diagnosis based on additional diagnostic investigation as bronchoscopy, bronchography and oesophagoradiography. Surgical correction of the vascular ring allows to maintain the child's life and gives possibility of normal further(More)
Epidermal differentiation complex (EDC) comprises a number of genes associated with human skin diseases including psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and hyperkeratosis. These genes have also been linked to numerous cancers, among them skin, gastric, colorectal, lung, ovarian and renal carcinomas. The involvement of EDC components encoding S100 proteins, small(More)
INTRODUCTION Psoriasis is a chronic and recurrent inflammatory skin disease. The aetiology is still unknown in spite of numerous scientific researches. There is very little evidence which does not provide enough knowledge about allergic reactions in psoriatic patients. Based on the fact that the epidermal barrier damage allows different allergen types to(More)
The following paper describes the case of the 59-year-old patient moved from Clinical Cardiology to the Centre of Clinical Toxicology because of severe ethylene glycol poisoning, which occurred in the course of myocardial infarction of inferior wall. Ethylene glycol concentration was 85 mg/dl, the blood pH - 6.9, troponin >50 ng/ml, CK-MB 297.1 U/L. ECG(More)
Transient and permanent myocardial damage is a vital element of toxicological practice. This applies both to poisonings in which heart injury is typical and to those in which it is only a rare complication. Vital signs of poisoned patients, especially unconscious ones, must be carefully monitored, because the consequences of late diagnosis or improper(More)
Gammabutyrolactone is included in the solvent such as wheel cleaners, pesticides, cosmetics, drugs. After ingestion GBL is converted to gamma-hydroxybutyrate. Both substances are classified as so called "club drugs" and their action is characterized by euphoria, sedation, and induction of retrograde amnesia of events. These activities were basis for the use(More)