Renata Kuczyńska

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BACKGROUND The aim of the study was to evaluate the incidence of primary vesicoureteral reflux in siblings of children with reflux. MATERIAL AND METHODS Ninety-four subjects aged 2-6, the siblings of children with reflux were examined. Our methods included: urinalysis, urine cultures, ultrasound examination of abdominal cavity in all the examined(More)
BACKGROUND Celiac disease is a chronic gluten intolerance which can cause small intestinal inflammatory lesions of different intensity, scope and distribution. OBJECTIVES The aim of the study was to assess the distribution and scope of lesions revealed by endoscopy in the small intestine of children and adolescents with untreated celiac disease. (More)
INTRODUCTION The purpose of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of conservative treatment of primary vesicoureteral reflux. MATERIAL AND METHODS Material included 179 children aged 1-15. Methods included voiding cystography in all the patients. Normal result of the examination was assumed as the regression of reflux. RESULTS Conservative treatment(More)
The aim of the study was looking for the vestibular or/and auditory pathology in patients with celiac disease. The group of 30 cases aged 6-18 (mean: 9,2) were tested. The results were compared with 30 healthy persons aged 6-18. The tonal audiometry, distorsion product otoacoustic emission, brain stem auditory evoked potentials, electronystagmography and(More)
THE AIM Of the study was retrospective analysis of omeprazole (Polprazol) therapy efficacy in children with GERD. MATERIAL AND METHODS The analyzed group consisted of 78 children with gastroesophageal reflux disease. GERD was detected on the base of questionnaire, pH-metry and/or endoscopy. The questionnaire was conducted in all patients, 24-hour(More)
Alcoholism is the main etiological factor of hepatic cirrhosis among adults whereas among children the following pathologies lead to hepatic cirrhosis: bile ducts disease (atresia or hypoplasia of bile ducts, progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis), metabolic disorders (tyrosinemia, hemochromatosis, galactosemia, alpha1 - antitrypsin deficiency,(More)
20 children between ages 6 and 15 who suffered from epilepsy classified according to suggestions of International League Against Epilepsy to partial seizures evolving to generalized seizures were tested otoneurologically. The aim of the study was to estimate the frequency and location of vestibular disturbances coexisting with the disease. Subjective and(More)
UNLABELLED Since artherosclerosis processes were proved to have their origins as early as in one's childhood, attempts have been made to find the risk factors in the population of the developmental age. AIM The aim of this work was the analysis of lipidogram parameters and the parameters of coagulation and fibrynolysis systems in overweight and obese(More)
In the clinical course of Lesniowski-Crohn's disease in children, gastrointestinal symptoms are predominant. Extraintestinal manifestations are found rarely, contrary to adults. Pyoderma gangrenosum is hardly ever observed but frequently coexists with colon involvement. The aim of the study was a presentation of 15 years old girl with Lesniowski-Crohn's(More)
Psychosocial conditions may have influence on the occurrence of functional abdominal pain. Anxiety, school-related difficulties and suppression of emotions negatively impact on the psychosocial condition of a child and could impede its treatment. AIM The analysis of the psychosocial determinants of functioning of children and adolescents with functional(More)