László Mojzes

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Prostaglandins (PGs) are essential for many physiological and pathological processes. As they are not stored in tissue, their presence and actions therefore result from de novo synthesis and release. Although platelets themselves appear to have the ability to synthesize TxA2, PGD2, arachidonic acid may also be metabolized in the lipoxygenase pathway in(More)
Objective and Design: The aim of our experiments was to determine the plasma histamine level in the portal venous (VP) blood during acute coronary occlusion and reperfusion.¶Subjects: 27 adult mongrel dogs of either sex were randomized for three groups: sham-operated controls, occlusion group (group O) and reperfusion group (group R).¶Treatment: The left(More)
BACKGROUND Vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) acts as a vasodilator on coronary and gastrointestinal arteries. During coronary occlusion, the locally released VIP may exert a protective effect on the heart, but it may aggravate the shock state through its vasodilatory effect in the gastrointestinal tract. METHODS After left thoracotomy, the left(More)
By means of histological methods the authors examined the blood and fluid circulatory disturbances associated with cranial and cerebral injuries. The presence of vital reactions was studied by means of the combined histological study of the dura mater, pacchionian granulations and the central nervous system. Samples for histological study were taken from(More)
The fungal revolution taking place in otorhinology inspired us to study the frequency of occurrence of fungi in the nasal mucus of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) patients (with or without polyposis) in order to evaluate the incidence of eosinophilic fungal sinusitis in CRS patients. Ninety-six samples were examined from patients with CRS. In 74 cases mucus(More)