Monika Bulas

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INTRODUCTION Bone marrow transplantation from HLA identical family donors is the treatment of choice for children with severe aplastic anaemia (SAA). When there is no donor available, combined immunosuppressive therapy is given. AIM evaluation of results of immunosupressive therapy in children with severe aplastic anaemia. MATERIAL AND METHODS SAA was(More)
UNLABELLED Primary tumours of the central nervous system belong to the most frequently occurring neoplastic diseases in paediatric patients. During the initial phase of disease development, the clinical symptoms of brain tumours might suggest disorders of other organs and their diagnosis is frequently delayed in relation to therapeutic possibilities. The(More)
A 17-year-old girl, evaluated since 2007 for endocrinological disorders due to secondary amenorrhea and weight loss, was referred to the neurosurgery department in May 2011 due to symptoms of rapidly increasing intracranial pressure. Computed tomography revealed a bifocal, irregular, non-homogeneous tumour localised in pineal and suprasellar regions(More)
  • K Pawelec, M Salamonowicz, +21 authors M Matysiak
  • 2015
Immunosuppressive therapy is the treatment of choice in children with acquired severe aplastic anemia (AA) and no HLA-matched family donor. The paper presents results of a multicenter study of 63 children with AA treated with rabbit antithymocyte globulin (r-ATG) and cyclosporine A as the first line treatment in the years 1996-2012. Therapeutic effects were(More)
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