Dusan Simkovic

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BACKGROUND AND METHODS Intraoperative enteroscopy is an invasive technique for small bowel investigation. It enables us to investigate the entire small intestine and to treat pathological findings by endoscopic or surgical means at the same time. The investigation is invasive and that is why the proper indication is mandatory. RESULTS Forty-one(More)
Very small amounts of retrovirus-like particles were isolated from tissue culture media of various types of human cell lines derived from malignant as well as normal cells. The aim of the present study is the characterization of protein profiles of these isolates. The comparison of protein profiles of isolated human virus-like particles with the profiles of(More)
Rats were immunized with a single and repeated doses (1.0 mg of protein per dose per animal) of KCl-solubilized thymus and avian sarcoma virus B77-induced rat tumor cells LWF B77 prior to challenge with the same tumor cells. Results obtained showed that single administration of KCl-solubilized tumor cell material resulted in inhibition of growth of(More)
PURPOSE Intra-operative radioimmunodetection of malignant involved lymph nodes follows the pre-operative immunoscintigraphy in the treatment of patients with colorectal carcinoma. The aims of this clinical study were to determine the sensitivity of the method, to compare the results in study when using Oncoscint and CEA-Scan and to evaluate the importance(More)
Exogenous foreign particles in the appendix rarely case appendicitis. Their prevalence is reported to be 0.0005%. This fact makes both lay and medical community underestimate possible complications related to the presence of foreign particles in the appendix lumen. Our case review documents risks related with swallowing a sharp foreign particle. The(More)