Barbara Zdziarska

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The article presents a case of 57-year-old woman with the infiltration of rare small lymphocytic B cell lymphoma in the thyroid gland. Initially, the patient was followed-up due to chronic lymphocytic B-cell leukemia diagnosed on the basis of histopathological examination of cervical lymph node. Eight months later, general symptoms occurred along with(More)
Electrophysiological examinations were done on 20 patients aged 40-71 years with recently diagnosed high grade non-Hodgkin's lymphomas. General chemotherapy and intrathecal chemotherapy in order to prevent central nervous system (CNS) involvement were begun. On the first day of chemotherapeutic cycle patients received intrathecally methotrexate (ITMTX) and(More)
Clinical and neuropathological examinations were carried out in 32 cases of chronic myeloid leukaemia dying in the blast phase. The hypothesis is put forward that in chronic myeloid leukaemia lower age of the patient (below 45 years) is a risk factor for development of central nervous system involvement which may be related possibly to high leucocytosis(More)
The authors report the clinical course and neuropathological findings in the case of hemiballismus due to leukemic infiltration of the subthalamic nucleus. The symptoms were observed in a 19-year-old patient with blastic phase of chronic myelogenous leukemia, two weeks before death, when what is called the "critical point" developed (white cell count beyond(More)
The frequency and distribution of intravascular coagulation (IVC) were studied in brains of 121 patients who had died due to acute myeloblastic leukemias type M1 or M2. The IVC within the brain was observed in 59% of cases, more frequently in patients treated with polychemotherapy, especially according to TAD or VAPA protocols. The microthrombi were found(More)
The neurological and electroneurographic assessment was carried out in 56 patients with high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphomas. In 37 patients the neuropathological examination was also done. Polyneuropathy was the most frequent sign of nervous system involvement, observed in 40% of patients before chemotherapy and markedly enhanced by cytostatics. The signs of(More)
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