Erika Krisztián

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UNLABELLED Human astroviruses are one of the known pathogens of gastroenteritis in infants, children and rarely in elderly. It causes 4.2-7.3% of the sporadic gastroenteritis cases with diarrhea and vomiting in children. The etiological role of astrovirus has not been confirmed yet in outbreaks of gastroenteritis in Hungary. AIMS The first description of(More)
The rarest and hardly known complication of pancreas diseases is the subcutaneous nodular fat necrosis, a special type of panniculitides. It is mostly associated with pancreatitis and adenocarcinoma of pancreas. Its diagnostic criteria are (1) red painless or occasionally painful nodules showing a tendency of coalescence, emolition and fistulation on the(More)
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