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[Prevalence of Helicobacter pylori infection in patients with diabetes mellitus].
TLDR
H. pylori in diabetics appears no influence glycemic status, and whether the infection was associated with severity of dyspeptic syndrome and metabolic glycemic control is assessed.
[Helicobacter pylori--friend or foe?].
  • I. Ciortescu, M. Stan
  • Medicine, Biology
    Revista medico-chirurgicala a Societatii de…
  • 1 July 2010
TLDR
The pros and cons of H. pylori infection are listed, clearly indicating groups of patients in which eradication is absolutely mandatory.
[Hemostatic disorders in liver disease].
TLDR
The liver plays a central role in the hemostatic process as all clotting factors and their inhibitors are synthetized, and their clinical implications remain to be elucidated, so further studies addressing this issue are needed.
Endoscopic intravascular esophageal pressure measurements in cirrhotic patients: response to metoclopramide.
TLDR
In conclusion, intravenous metoclopramide, which increases lower esophageal sphincter pressure, significantly decreases intravascular variceal pressure in cirrhotic patients.
[Membrane-selective electrode for atropine assay].
TLDR
This electrode was used with good results for quantitative assay by direct potentiometry and potentiometric titration of atropine sulphate from pharmaceutical formulations, and has a linear response in the concentration range of 10(-2)-10(-5) M atropin sulphate.
[Diagnosis of gastric cancer on endobiopsies using the WHO classification].
TLDR
It is pointed out that GC can be diagnosed histologically on endobiopsy specimens, although it is difficult to diagnose the GC--mixt type, due to reduced size of endobiopsies, and Lauren classification is very useful, especially if correlated with histological criteria of WHO classification.
Measurement of total antioxidant activity with chlorpromazine radical cation.
TLDR
A method for evaluating antioxidant activity in the chlorpromazine: Fe (III) system using ascorbic acid as a standard is developed; it is fast, simple and sensitive and can be applied for the detection and evaluation of the antioxidant activity of simple or complex systems.
Purtscher's-like retinopathy--a rare complication of acute pancreatitis.
TLDR
A 37 year old male presented at the emergency department with acute upper abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, sweating and loss of visual acuity appearing over night, after alcohol and food abuse, and was diagnosed with Purtscher’s like retinopathy.
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