Justyna Chronowska

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Pheochromocytoma is a very rare tumor that stems from chromaffin cells and usually develops in the adrenal glands. Its equivalent, which exists outside of the adrenal glands, is paraganglioma. Approximately 10-26% of pheochromocytoma is malignant, what poses a significant therapeutical problem, as its presence, together with an abundant production of(More)
BACKGROUND The deceased-donor kidney pool consists of 2 different populations: multiple-organ donors (MOD) and kidney donors alone (KDA). In MOD, more complicated procedure and lowest priority for kidney procurement may affect graft survival. On the other hand, poor donor status and higher comorbidity are more frequent in KDA transplants. The aim of this(More)
Peritoneal neoplastic disease may originate primarily from neoplasms developing in peritoneum or metastases of cancers mostly arising in digestive or female reproductive systems. Peritoneal neoplasia leads to a much poorer prognosis and in most cases the palliative care, which focus on gastrointestinal motility and patency, adequate analgesia and(More)
BACKGROUND During kidney transplantation, the total time of organ ischemia consists of first warm ischemia time (WIT1), cold ischemia time (CIT), and a second WIT (WIT2). Rising graft temperature during WIT2, which comprises the creation of vascular anastomoses, increases oxygen demand and tissue damage, especially in the kidney tubular cells. The aim of(More)
Obesity is the greatest epidemic of the 21st century. Unfortunately, it is more and more common among young people, including women in reproductive age who may suffer from difficulties with conceiving, pregnancy complications and increased maternal-fetal risk in the perinatal period. As a result of poor effectiveness of conservative treatment of obesity, a(More)
Mental disorders accompanying digestive system diseases constitute interdisciplinary yet scarcely acknowledged both diagnostic and therapeutic problem. One of the mostly recognized examples is coeliac disease where patients endure the large spectrum of psychopathological symptoms, starting with attention deficit all the way down to the intellectual(More)
Despite the unceasing progression in chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery, neoplasms are still the second, after cardiovascular diseases, cause of death in the world. The creation of oncolytic viruses gives hope for increase of anticancer therapy effectiveness. Oncolytic viruses are the type of viruses that selectively infect and cause the lyse of tumor(More)
Radioiodine therapy is a highly recognizable method of treatment of benign thyroid diseases. The therapy gains a widespread interest of research groups, which find it as a promising weapon against endocrine disorders caused by benign thyroid diseases. According to the latest scientific research, factors, previously thought to be impossible to modify(More)
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