Melitta Papp

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AIM To study the diagnostic value of MRI for the detection of scleral infiltration and extrascleral extension of uveal melanoma. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twelve consecutive patients with clinically suspected large uveal melanoma were examined by MRI. All of the patients underwent enucleation or exenteration. The clinical and histopathological findings were(More)
Isolates of Enterococcus spp. were collected from January 2001 to December 2004 from caecal samples of slaughtered poultry, swine and cattle in Hungary. The isolates were identified by their growth and biochemical properties and with PCR. The antibiotic susceptibility of a total number of 1272 isolates was tested with disk diffusion test to ampicillin,(More)
PURPOSE To compare the visual outcome of macular translocation (MT) versus photodynamic therapy (PDT) for subfoveal predominantly classic neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration (AMD). DESIGN Nonrandomized clinical trial. METHODS Retrospective review of 65 consecutive patients with subfoveal neovascularization due to AMD. The follow-up(More)
The first pan-European harmonized active epidemiological surveillance program on honeybee colony mortality (EPILOBEE) was set up across 17 European Member States to estimate honeybee colony mortality over winter and during the beekeeping season. In nine Member States, overwinter losses were higher and statistically different from the empirical level of 10 %(More)
Because of the rapid development and spread of antimicrobial resistance it is important that a system be established to monitor antimicrobial resistance in pathogenic zoonotic and commensal bacteria of animal origin. Susceptibility testing of bacteria from carcasses and different samples of animal origin has been carried out in veterinary institutes for a(More)
In the summer of 2014, mass mortality of the sichel, Pelecus cultratus (L.), was observed in Lake Balaton, Hungary. Parasitological examination conducted in the framework of a complete diagnostic survey revealed myxozoan infections. Two species of Myxobolus Bütschli, 1892 were found, one in the gill lamellae and another in the eyes. Following this mass(More)
The objective of this study was to survey the incidence of Flavobacterium columnare in wild and cultured freshwater fish species in Hungary. This bacterium usually causes disease in waters of more than 25 °C temperature. However, with the introduction of intensive fish farming systems, infected fish exposed to stress develop disease signs also at lower(More)
In the early summer of 2014, mass mortality of sichel (Pelecus cultratus) was observed in Lake Balaton, Hungary. Histological examination revealed degenerative changes within the tubular epithelium, mainly in the distal tubules and collecting ducts in the kidneys and multifocal vacuolisation in the brain stem and cerebellum. Routine molecular investigations(More)
During a regular veterinary inspection of fishes from Lake Balaton, Hungary, echinostomatid metacercariae (Digenea), with collar spines characteristic of species of the genera Petasiger Dietz, 1909 and Paryphostomum Dietz, 1909, were found in the lateral line scales of a roach Rutilus rutilus (Linnaeus), an apparently unique site. In a subsequent(More)
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