Marzena Krajewska

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AIM The microRNAs (miRs) are small non-coding RNAs which regulate expression of multiple genes involved in atherogenesis. MicroRNA are also present in circulation. The aims of this study were: 1) assessment of expression level of miR-1, miR-208a and miR-423-5p in plasma in patients with STEMI, stable CAD and healthy individuals; 2) evaluation of correlation(More)
BACKGROUND Mechanism of hemodynamic disturbances of blood circulation within the afferent vessels supplying the retina and the choroid, considered as one of main underlying causes of degenerative changes in myopic patients, is exceptionally likely, although not entirely proven. PURPOSE To estimate the blood flow parameters in the ophthalmic artery of(More)
RESULTS of morphological and tomographic (CT) studies of the skull that was found in the crypt of the Silesian Piasts in the St. Jadwiga church in Brzeg (Silesia, Poland) are presented and discussed here. The established date of burial of probably a 20-30 years old male was 16th-17th century. The analyzed skull showed premature obliteration of the major(More)
PURPOSE Analysis of local and systemic effects of RS-timolol enantiomer and S-timolol in patients with ocular hypertension and glaucoma: evaluation of Risk/Benefit Ratio. MATERIAL AND METHODS 19 patients (38 eyes) receiving 0.85% RS-timolol and 10 patients (20 eyes) receiving 0.5% S-timolol were evaluated using a double-blank test. Intraocular pressure,(More)
UNLABELLED Diabetes mellitus concerns a growing number of people in the world. Its complications are an important social problem. Diabetic macular edema (DME) is one of the leading causes of visual loss in the course of the disease. Deterioration of vision is typically the patients with long-standing, poorly controlled diabetes, both type 1 and 2. DME can(More)
Haemodialysis leads to monocytes activation and secretion of cytokines, which stimulates hepatic production of CRP. To assess the biocompatibility of haemodialysis the CRP serum levels were measured. CRP serum levels during haemodialysis with the use of cuprophane membranes increased from 4743.3 +/- 3251.6 ng/ml to 5231.8 +/- 3458.4 ng/ml just after(More)
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