Inga Črepinko

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The value of fine needle aspiration (FNA) cytology in the diagnosis of ultrasonically suspected parathyroid gland enlargements was reviewed for a six-year series of cases. In 146 patients, 277 FNA biopsies under ultrasound guidance were performed on suspected enlarged parathyroid glands. Smears were routinely stained by the Pappenheim (May-Grünwald-Giemsa)(More)
My recollections of the development of clinical cytology at Merkur University Hospital cover a 30-year period, from 1955 to 1985, and succession of generations. The beginning is always exciting, pervaded by youthful enthusiasm, while memories are quite nostalgic. That is how I also felt at the "Ruzdić's" medical biochemistry laboratory. The founders of(More)
Ames Europe, Slough, B u c k i n g h a m s h i r e 9 .Bayer, L e v e r k u s e n 9 Boehringer, M a n n h e i m 9 Chemie-Gri~nenthal, Sto lberg 9 Ciba, Base l 9 Carlo Erba, Milano 9 Geigy, Base l 9 Hoechst, F r a n k f u r t 9 Hoffmann-La l~oche, Base l 9 Horlicks. W i n d s o r , B e r k s h i r e 9 Hormonehemie, Miinchen 9 NordiMc Insulinlaboratorium, C o(More)
Fine needle aspiration (FNA) of a thyroid mass clinically suspected of being acute thyroiditis led to a cytologic diagnosis of hypernephroma metastatic to the thyroid and to the subsequent detection of the occult primary tumor. The FNA cytomorphologic findings were substantiated by cytochemical staining of FNA samples and confirmed by subsequent(More)