Ewa Straż-Żebrowska

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Urolithiasis is recurrent chronic disease and a complex nephro-urological problem. Currently it is diagnosed in very young children, even infants in the first quarter of life. Until recently the main method of treatment for stones, which for various reasons did not pass spontaneously, was open surgery. At present, the main method replacing open surgery is(More)
The purpose of the work was to evaluate the influence of the treatment method in nephrotic syndrome on remission time and frequency of sickness relapse. Assessments were made in 26 children aged 1-17 years hospitalised in the Pediatric and Nephrology Department of the Military School of Medicine from 1993-1999. All children were steroid-sensitive, but only(More)
Difficulties associated with the management of asthma were the cause of using the leukotriene antagonists. There was performed a randomised group of 31 children aged 6-18 y (mean 12 yrs., 10 girls and 21 boys) with persistent asthma and poor asthma control. Montelukast was administered once daily, 5-10 mg depended of the age of the patients. This treatment(More)
The aim of this study was to assess, on the basing on clinical observation, the causes of erythrocyturia in children. The study include 438 children (214 girls and 224 boys) between 6 month and 17-teen years old with erythrocyturia, treated in Pediatric Nephrology Department from September 1992 till October 1999. The most common was the group of children(More)
The authors present an atypical case of MEST uncovered in 12-year-old girl diagnosed with recurrent pyuria and persistent albuminuria with concomitant hypertension. Urine changes persisted despite the antibiotics therapy and they were accompanied with aseptic urine cultures. While investigating these changes, USG, urography, CT and MRI were performed and(More)
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