Joanna Rogulska

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OBJECTIVE The ability to occur in a persistent form and to inhibit apoptosis in host cells are the features of Chlamydia pneumoniae which may be associated with adenoid hypertrophy. This study aimed to (1) demonstrate the presence of C. pneumoniae DNA in the adenoid in children qualified for adenoidectomy, (2) evaluate the correlation between the presence(More)
OBJECTIVE A tropism to epithelial cells and lymphocytes, an inhibition of apoptosis in host cells, an ability to occurrence in persistent form resistant to antibiotic treatment are the features of Chlamydia pneumoniae, which can have connection with chronic inflammation of an adenoid tissue and adenoid hypertrophy. This study aimed to (1) detect the C.(More)
Introduction. chronic rhinosinusitis (crs) is a long-lasting inflammation whose aetiology is multifactorial. in the majority of patients, the disease develops from an existing impaired patency of the nose or ostia of paranasal sinuses. such patients require surgical treatment, however almost always the disease is accompanied by bacterial infection of this(More)
INTRODUCTION The factors that determine the level of antibodies against N-homocysteinylated (N-Hcy) proteins have not been established so far. The clinical significance of these antibodies and their effect on cardiovascular (CV) risk in patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) are still unknown. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to identify the(More)
INTRODUCTION The mechanisms of inflammatory response occurring in chronic rhinosinusitis in children are multifactorial. Besides the history and a physical examination, amongst diagnostic tools there are cytological and bacteriological examinations. OBJECTIVES 1 Determining the nature of the bacterial flora present in the nasal cavities and paranasal(More)
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