L. Horváth

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The authors report and discuss four rare cases of primary, giant cell tumor of the cranial vault, a usually benign tumor that develops in young patients and has an extremely low rate of latent malignancy. The authors believe the preferred treatment to be total surgical removal of the tumor; only in rare cases of malignancy when the tumor is impossible to(More)
This paper concerns two cases of cerebral oligodendroglioma (intraventricular in one case, right temporal in the other), with spinal dissemination (cervical and upper thoracic respectively), manifested clinically 2 years and 14 months respectively after removal of the cerebral tumour. Anatomical examination confirmed the diagnosis of disseminated(More)
Recombinant human erythropoietins (rHuEPOs) are used to treat cancer-related anemia. Recent preclinical studies and clinical trials, however, have raised concerns about the potential tumor-promoting effects of these drugs. Because the clinical significance of erythropoietin receptor (EPOR) signaling in human non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) also remains(More)
Two cases of tumours of the sellar and suprasellar region in children, manifested clinically by visual and endocrine disturbances, are reported. In both cases surgical removal of the intracranial tumour was performed. The histological diagnosis was central ganglioneuroma, an extremely rare tumour in children. Also worthy of note was the altogether(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine the outcome of antiepileptic drug (AED) treatment based on seizure freedom, pharmacovigilance reports and effects of concomitant medication on the central nervous system (CNS) of adult epileptic patients registered in the East-Hungarian Epilepsy Database. METHODS Prospective cross-sectional database was(More)
This study compared changes in the biochemical composition of muscles and ovaries of maturing female European eels during hormonal stimulation with carp pituitary homogenate under controlled conditions and in the development of oocytes. It has been found that differentiation of oocyte size in eel is visible from the beginning of the gamete maturation(More)
Walled-off pancreatic necrosis and a pancreatic abscess are the most severe complications of acute pancreatitis. Surgery in such critically ill patients is often associated with significant morbidity and mortality within the first few weeks after the onset of symptoms. Minimal invasive approaches with high success and low mortality rates are therefore of(More)