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[Bronchial bacterial colonization in patients with lung cancer].
The analysis of antibiotic-resistance did not detect multi-drug-resistant micro-organisms but some strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae exhibited resistance to macrolide, lincosamide and streptogramin B. Expand
Pneumonectomy due to lung cancer results in a more pronounced activation of coagulation system than lobectomy.
Pneumonectomy was associated with significantly higher activation of coagulation system on the seventh postoperative day than lobectomy, and TAT complex, TF and E-selectin are promising markers of extensive postoperative activation ofCoagulation and efficacy of antithrombotic prophylaxis. Expand
PET-CT derived Artificial Neural Network can predict mediastinal lymph nodes metastases in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer patients. Preliminary report and scoring model.
ANN is a repeatable and accurate diagnostic tool in mediastinal staging in NSCLC patients before its role in clinical practice will be established in large multi--centre study, findings of this preliminary report should be considered as exploratory only. Expand
Results of surgical treatment of primary lung cancer with synchronous brain metastases
Surgical treatment of patients with NSCLC with synchronous brain metastases may prove beneficial in selected patients after excluding other distant metastases and lymph node involvement. Expand
Origianl article Videothoracoscopic technique in the treatment of autonomic nervous system related disorders
Wstęp: Wycięcie elementów nerwowych układu autonomicznego sposobem torakoskopowym stanowi przełom w nowoczesnej torakochirurgii, gdyż przy małoinwazyjnej metodzie można uzyskać dobry efektExpand
[Muco-epidermoid carcinoma of the lung in a 20-year-old woman].
Owing to its rare occurrence the possibility of a primary muco-epidermoid carcinoma of the salivary glands with pulmonary metastases should be considered. Expand
Non Small Cell Lung Cancer: Is There a Relationship Between Bacterial Colonization of the Tumour Parenchyma and Postoperative Infectious Complications?
There is no relation between the colonisation of a malignant tumour by bacteria and postoperative complications in patients treated surgically for NSCLC and the most frequent microbe cultured from non-small cell lung carcinoma is Propionibacterium acnes. Expand