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  • L Kepa
  • 1993
On the basis of a literature review the author discusses the aetiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, clinical course and treatment of central nervous system tuberculosis. Attention is called to the necessity of further improvement of diagnostic methods for making possible early diagnosis and modern treatment of this disease.
This study presents eight patients with drug-induced aseptic meningitis (DIAM) admitted to our centre with an initial suspicion of central nervous system (CNS) infection. In all patients clinical findings, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) examination, a cause-effect relationship according to the Naranjo adverse drug reactions probability scale and other diagnostic(More)
INTRODUCTION Chemerin seems to be involved in pathogenesis of chronic hepatitis C (CHC). Hepatic expressions of chemerin and its receptor, chemokine receptor-like 1 (CMKLR1), in CHC have not been studied so far. AIM To evaluate chemerin and CMKLR1 hepatic expression together with serum chemerin concentration in CHC patients and to assess their(More)
In the central nervous system (CNS) infections a substantial role play inflammatory cytokines, especially TNF-alpha. They are implicated to initiate the local response leading to cerebral damage during meningitis. The purpose of this study was estimation of the diagnostic value of determining TNF-alpha concentrations in the CSF in the course of(More)
  • L Kepa
  • 1996
On the basis of literature the mechanisms of acid-base balance in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in physiological and pathological conditions were discussed. The author focused on acid-base balance in CSF in the course of meningitis and meningoencephalitis and the influence of its disorders in the pathogenesis of those illnesses of central nervous system.
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