Nancy Weinstock

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As a result of several studies with different animal models there is evidence that the concentration of AP in BAL is produced in the pneumocyte II and that an increase of AP in the BAL is a marker of tissue damage. By measuring AP in the BAL of patients with interstitial lung diseases we investigated its potential role as a diagnostic tool. To detect plasma(More)
PURPOSE To prospectively evaluate the association between tumor response, change in quality of life (QoL), and hospital expenditures in patients with metastatic breast cancer (MBC) receiving single-agent paclitaxel. PATIENTS AND METHODS Eligible patients had bidimensionally measurable MBC and any number of previous therapies, excluding taxane(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE To evaluate the associations between retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) thickness and lipid profiles in multiple sclerosis (MS). METHODS This study enrolled 136 patients with MS (n = 272 eyes; 108 females, 28 males, mean age: 46.7 ± 8.9 years); 45% had a history of optic neuritis (ON). Subjects received optical coherence tomography(More)
Concentrations of platin were determined with the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy in plasma and urine from the 1st until 28th day after cis-DDP (3 mg/kg) infusion for 1, 8, and 24 h. Maximum of plasma concentration was measured always at the end of the application time. Minimal concentration was 1.9 micrograms/ml, maximal concentration 5.8(More)
Concentrations of platin were determined with the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy in plasma and urine from the 1st until 28th day after cis-DDP (3 mg/kg) infusion for 1, 8, and 24 h. Maximum of plasmaconcentration was measured always at the end of the application time. Minimal concentration was 1.9 µg/ml, maximal concentration 5.8 µg/ml. Platin(More)
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