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OBJECTIVES The aim of the study was to determine the level of life satisfaction and the various dimensions of self-esteem of pierced or tattooed people, and evaluate their mental health, compared to those without similar body modifications. METHODS The study was conducted on a sample of 449 people aged 16-58 years (mean age 26.7 ± 6.35), of whom 308 had(More)
OBJECTIVES Approximately 50% of patients treated with thymectomy have a chance for symptom-free life. However, immunological and neurophysiological abnormalities may be detected in patients with clinical remission. Although improvement usually parallels decrease in acetylcholine receptor antibody (AChRAb) levels and jitter values, there is a question what(More)
Paraffin-embedded infiltrating ductal breast cancer tissue slides (135) were analyzed by immunohistochemistry with the use of rabbit polyclonal anti-P65 oncofetal protein and mouse monoclonal anti-estrogen/progesterone receptor (ER, PR) antibodies. Analysis with anti-P65 antibody revealed the positive cytoplasmic reaction in 83 cases, 98 showed the nucleic(More)
Paraffin-embedded tissue slides from 88 infiltrating ductal breast carcinoma were examined by immunohistochemistry technique with the use of monoclonal antibody against human p65 antigen and polyclonal antibody against p65-like protein present in fetal bovine serum. Immunohistochemical analysis of expression of growth factor receptors (EGFR), protein(More)
AIM The study aims were to demonstrate the relationship between neuropsychological functioning in depressed bipolar patients and clinical variables: intensity of depressive symptoms, age at onset, duration of illness, total number of episodes, number of maniac episodes, number of depressive episodes and number of hospitalizations. METHOD Cognitive(More)
Method: Cognitive functions were examined in 30 patients with bipolar disorder aged 18–68 who fulfilled DSMIV criteria for a depressive episode (Hamilton Depression Rating Scale score ≥11) and 30 patients aged 23– 68 who fulfilled DSM-IV criteria for a manic or hypomanic episode (Young Mania Rating Scale ≥11). The comparison group consisted of 30 healthy(More)
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