Panagiotis Georgakopoulos

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Hydatid disease of the genitalia was encountered in 12 female patients between 1957 and 1977, an incidence of 1 in 1000 gynecologic abdominal operations. The frequency of involvement of female genital organs in hydatid disease is very low, and its pathogenesis still remains obscure. The symptoms of the disease are not specific; they simulate those of(More)
The concentrations of five cephalosporins and amoxicillin in breast milk were studied in 42 voluntarily participating lactating mothers using standard assay methods. Each mother received one single dose of 1 g of either an orally or intravenously administered antibiotic. Amoxicillin, cephalexin, and cefadroxil were given orally, and peak milk concentrations(More)
A case of rupture of the uterus during pregnancy with concomitant injury of the sigmoid is reported. This complication followed a multiple myomectomy performed during a previous pregnancy. The initial symptom was a septic fever. However two clinical signs proved pathognomonic for the diagnosis: the passing of blood clots and gas through the anus, and the(More)
The penetration of ceftriaxone into the fetus at parturition was studied in 17 subjects. Despite its high protein binding, ceftriaxone quickly reached the umbilical cord blood, amniotic fluid, and placenta, achieving substantial concentrations, which then disappeared, with elimination half-lives of approximately 6 h, identical to that of the mother. The(More)
The presence of pesticide residues is regarded as a potential chemical hazard in several foodstuffs, such as fruits and vegetables. Based on the increasing consumers’ concern about the residues persistence in their food, a large number of multiresidue extraction methods (MRMs) has been evaluated to ensure accurate residues determination (Greve, 1988; van(More)