Panos Ioannidis

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In temperate ecosystems, acidic forest soils are among the most nutrient-poor terrestrial environments. In this context, the long-term differentiation of the forest soils into horizons may impact the assembly and the functions of the soil microbial communities. To gain a more comprehensive understanding of the ecology and functional potentials of these(More)
AIM Besides primary non function (PNF), vascular complications are responsible for the majority of early surgical and interventional therapy following liver transplantation. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of the variety of arterial anastomosis on postoperative morbidity and mortality. METHOD USED: In 179 liver transplantations,(More)
Recent guidelines from the United States and Europe on the diagnosis and management of dementia include advice that younger patients with dementia should undergo CSF examination, which frequently includes analysis for oligoclonal bands (OCB). The presence of CNS specific OCB has traditionally been considered suggestive of an inflammatory aetiology, although(More)
Central pontine myelinolysis (CPM) is a rare medical condition that has primarily been associated with alcoholism, chronic malnutrition, certain surgical procedures, and serum sodium imbalances with rapid correction [1]. The condition has also been reported to be pregnancy-related, however complicated by hyperemesis gravidarum [2, 3], resulting in(More)
Corticosteroids are among the most commonly prescribed drugs by physicians of nearly all medical specialties. Their widespread use in clinical neurology is based either on randomized studies or, most often, on clinical experience and experts' opinion. Besides the well-known adverse effects of corticosteroids, they may also induce or worsen certain(More)
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