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JAK2 V617F, MPL, and CALR Mutations in Essential Thrombocythaemia and Major Thrombotic Complications: A Single-Institute Retrospective Analysis
The results indirectly support the concept that, besides the quantitative and qualitative changes in the platelets, the mechanisms leading to thrombosis are more complex and multifactorial. Expand
Testing the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis: an empirical study for East African countries
ABSTRACT The green economy aims to achieve economic growth and development without an adverse effect on the environment. The environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) hypothesis explains the relationshipExpand
Empirical Analysis of the Wagner Hypothesis of Government Expenditure Growth in Kenya: ARDL Modelling Approach
Government spending patterns in developing countries have changed dramatically over the last several decades. This paper aims at analysing the relation between government expenditures (GE) andExpand
Thrombosis and risk factors in female patients with a rare acquired thrombophilia: chronic myeloproliferative disorder - polycythaemia vera and essential thrombocythaemia.
Female patients who display CV risk factors (high blood pressure, hyperlipidaemia and/or cigarette smoking) and PV or ET may well be at a higher risk of thrombotic events and require special consideration as concerns as the prevention and management ofThrombosis. Expand
Contribution of cardiovascular risk factors in the thrombotic complications of essential thrombocythaemia: a Hungarian single-institute retrospective analysis.
The contribution of high blood pressure and hyperlipidaemia proved to be influential, whereas tobacco use, diabetes mellitus and obesity were not significant. Expand
The Local Economic Impact of Universities: An International Comparative Analysis (France and Hungary)
The realization that certain economic units, universities, or other entities have an impact on the economy of their region has come more and more into prominence. The topic of the examination ofExpand
Wagner versus Keynes: the causal nexus between Government Expenditures and Economic Growth: An Empirical study of Burkina Faso
Abstract The spending patterns of governments in the world especially developing economies have changed significantly over the last several decades. The main objective of this paper is analysing theExpand
Empirical Evidence for the Impact of Environmental Quality on Life Expectancy in African Countries
It is confirmed that, in the long run, improvements in environmental quality significantly increased life expectancy in the studied African countries during the study period, and the study recommends that the introduction of environmentally friendly economies, legal, socio-economic, demographic, and technological measures are essential to reduce environmental pollution and improve life expectancy. Expand
From fence to wall? Changes in the mental space of border zones in Eastern Europe
After September 2001, but particularly after the events of 2015 and 2016, the geopolitical situation of the world was radically changed. New hot spots were created, including the European migrantExpand