L Lukácskó

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Epidemiologic and molecular studies have proven that human papillomavirus (HPV) plays an important role in the development of cervical cancer. However, the role of the virus in the progression of the disease, i.e. in the development of lymph node metastasis and in the adverse clinical outcome is poorly understood. We have been using the polymerase chain(More)
The submicroscopic orientation patterns of sulfated glycosaminoglycan side chains of proteoglycan molecules and collagen fibrils were compared in different extracellular matrix areas of femoral and tibial articular cartilages of young adult beagle dogs using qualitative and quantitative polarization microscopic analytical methods. Paraffin sections were cut(More)
The presence of oncogenic Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNAs in cervical carcinomas and their normal and metastatic pelvic lymph nodes is studied worldwide. Does the HPV positivity without histological metastasis in the lymph nodes mean an early prognostic indicator in the progress of the disease? The authors analyzed the surgical, histological and virological(More)
There is a permanent controversy on the clinical relevance of second-look laparotomies. In the first approach the majority of clinical experts evaluated this procedure experimental. Our results support the idea of clinical relevance of this procedure as patients with SLOs through the early detection of recurrence really profited from the procedure.
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