Stanisław Łata

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In recent months, more and more reports have appeared about datura seed poisoning. Datura is widespread and has hallucinogenic properties. It is part of the increase in drug use among the younger generation that is experimenting with intoxicants. The hallucinogenic and poisonous effects of datura involve the presence of tropine alkaloids: atropine and(More)
The authors present a case of extensive symmetric intracerebral "calcification" in a patient with pseudohypoparathyroidism. Disproportion between extensive intracranial concrements in visual examination and poor symptomatology are discussed as well.
In case study, we presented patient with glioblastoma multiforme-brain tumor-grade IV-WHO. Patient after surgery, followed by radiotherapy and chemotherapy, after cycles of chemotherapy with temozolomid. During therapy with temozolomid, it is recommended to check morphology on the 22nd day of cycle. Patient did not come for follow-up appointment, also she(More)
The last few years have brought a real breakthrough in the approach to the instable coronary heart disease, understanding of its pathogenesis, diagnostics, differentiation and prognostication. In September 2000 the joint committees European Society of Cardiology and American College of Cardiology acknowledged the heart troponins as a golden standard in the(More)
We present the statistical data relating to the cases of poisoning in persons over 65 years of age, admitted to our hospital in period of the last 6 years. We refer these data to the population of younger persons, looking for differences and similarities. We also discuss briefly substantial limitations and characteristics of the proceedings, in particular(More)
This study presents a case of adverse effects of chemotherapeutic agents: alkylating drug (cisplatyna) and taksoin (taxol) on a patient with metastatic cancer of unknown primary which was manifesting with Krukenberg tumor symptoms. The main disease symptoms were caused by bone marrow malignant infiltrations, and pancytopenia in peripheral blood, but mainly(More)
Diagnostics of patients poisoned with psychoactive substances is usually performed by immunoenzymatic methods. The results obtained by the methods are not reliable. A few percent of results can be "false positive" or "false negative". The purpose of the paper was to present cases of "false positive" THC and amphetamine derivatives results obtained in urine(More)
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