Tomasz Bereza

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BACKGROUND In contrast to the uterine corpus, the vascular architecture of the human cervix has been the subject of only a few studies, mostly dealing with the ectocervical mucosal vessels. This study presents the vascular system of the cervical wall surrounding the endocervical canal visualized by the best currently available technique, corrosion casting(More)
Application of acrylic emulsion Liquitex R for injection studies of the vascular system of human myomatous uteri was analysed. It was found that this injection mass does not penetrate the capillary bed of human organs, but it is useful in studies carried out on the blood supply of the human organs removed from cadavers. The results were compared with the(More)
The aim of this study was to visualize and describe the vascular architecture of the vaginal and supravaginal parts of the human uterine cervix. Uteri collected at autopsy (n = 42) were perfused via the afferent vessels with fixative followed by Mercox resin. After polymerization of the resin, corrosion was performed. The obtained vascular casts of the(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to visualise and describe the vasculature of the human uterine cervix. MATERIAL AND METHODS The material for this study was obtained from women (age between 20 to 45 years) during autopsy. The material was collected not later than 24 h post-mortem. This study was performed using uteri from cadavers of menstruating(More)
AIM The main goal of this study was assessment of vascular structure of human uterine cervix. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was carried out on 25 human uteri of females aged 25-45, collected upon autopsy. Vessels were injected with synthetic resin, next corroded and coated with gold, finally observed using scanning electron microscope. RESULTS On a(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to evaluate the venous structure of regularand myomatous human uteri, using corrosion casting and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Special attention was paid to the endometrium and the socalled 'venous lakes'. MATERIALS AND METHODS Uteri collected at autopsy (n = 67) were injected with Mercox CL-2R resin, which(More)
Leiomyoma is the most frequent benign monoclonal tumor (cells behave identically in culture) of the female reproductive system. It affected almost 50% of childbearing age women, deteriorating the quality of life and may cause infertility. The unique features of this pathology is the absence of detailed understanding of pathogenic mechanisms and continuous(More)
Contraceptive is an important issue of women's life. In the present times there are many methods to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Each of them has its advantages and disadvantages and an appropriate choice of the method determines its promotion high efficiency and comfort its application. Today there is no method of contraception, which would not be charged(More)
Atypical endometrial hyperplasia has been associated with progression to endometrial cancer, the most common genital malignancy. There are multiple risk factors for endometrial cancer, such as early menarche, exogenous estrogen exposure, obesity and diabetes. Diabetics have a 3-4 fold relative risk of endometrial cancer. Also, several studies have(More)
Angiogenesis is a process of development of new vessels from the preexisting vascular network of a host. This is process which is seen in many physiological situations but it accompanies also a development of different lesions, i.e. neoplasms. Uterine fibroids are one of the most frequent lesions which affect human internal female genital tracts. Authors(More)