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Occurrence of reduced BMD among adolescent girls and young women due to certain specific oligomenorrhea or amenorrhea (anorexia nervosa, excessive sport or ballet, etc.) is well known. However the prevalence of osteopenia among 16-18 years old girls with the cycle disorders mentioned above--caused by "pure" hypothalamo-pituitary-ovarian insufficiency--is(More)
The occurrence of reduced bone mineral density (BMD) among adolescent girls with oligomenorrhea or secondary amenorrhea, due to 'pure' dysfunction of the hypothalamo-pituitary-ovarian (HPO) axis (without anorexia nervosa, excessive sport or ballet, slimming diet, etc.) was examined. The study group consisted of 19 adolescent girls (age 16-18 years) with(More)
The effect of Ca-antagonist, long-acting verapamil and the selective beta-1 blocking bisoprolol were investigated and compared in the secondary prevention after myocardial infarction. Eighty-seven patients were enrolled, 27 patients were not included because of the exclusion criteria, 30 patients were treated with verapamil and 30 patients with bisoprolol.(More)
The authors summarize the most relevant data of myocardial infarction patients according to the National Myocardial Infarction Registry data base. In 2015 12,681 patients had 12,941 acute myocardial infarctions. Less than half of patients (44.4%) were treated with ST elevation myocardial infarction. National Ambulance Service was the first medical contact(More)
The increase of glomerular filtration can often be observed in patients with insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, even in the early stage of the disease and it does not require the presence of microalbuminuria. This phenomenon can be explained by vasoconstriction occurring in the efferent arterioles. Eighteen normotensive, diabetic patients (aged: 28-42)(More)