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作者:... Sándor Márton , László Csiba , István Fekete
来源:[J].Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases(IF 1.984), 2017, Vol.26 (1), pp.132-138
摘要:Introduction(#br)Recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rtPA) is an efficient therapy of acute ischemic stroke. The risk of a recurrent ischemic stroke is high. This prospective single center study aimed to assess whether or not the repeated rtPA treatment is beneficial f...
作者:László Csiba , Miklós Palkovits ...
来源:[J].Neurobiology of Disease(IF 5.624), 2019, Vol.130
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disorder. Depositions of amyloid β peptide (Aβ) and tau protein are among the major pathological hallmarks of AD. Aβ and tau burden follows predictable spatial patterns during the progr...
作者:László Muszbek , László Csiba
来源:[J].Scientific Reports(IF 2.927), 2018, Vol.8 (1), pp.1-9
摘要:Abstract In this observational study we investigated whether levels of factor XIII (FXIII) and its major polymorphisms affect the outcome of thrombolysis by recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rtPA) in acute ischemic stroke (AIS) patients. Study cohort included 132 con...
作者:... Endre Pongrácz , László Csiba , László Muszbek
来源:[J].PLoS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.8 (7)
摘要:BACKGROUND: Clinical studies suggest that 10-50% of patients are resistant to clopidogrel therapy. ADP induced platelet aggregation, a widely used test to monitor clopidogrel therapy, is affected by aspirin and is not specific for the P2Y12 receptor inhibited by clopidogrel. OBJE...
作者:László Csiba , István Fekete
来源:[J].Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases(IF 1.984), 2015, Vol.24 (1), pp.117-124
摘要:Background(#br)This prospective single-center study aimed to identify features determining long-term outcome after thrombolysis in a Central European stroke population.(#br)Methods(#br)Between 1 January, 2004, and 31 December, 2010, 415 patients were treated with recombinant...
作者:... Gergely Hofgárt , László Csiba , Tibor Hortobágyi
来源:[J].Journal of the Neurological Sciences(IF 2.243), 2016, Vol.368, pp.4-10
摘要:Abstract(#br)Objectives(#br)The vast majority of literature on the frequency of the haemorrhagic transformation of ischaemic stroke is based on imaging studies. The purpose of the present study was to assess the added value of autopsy and neuropathological analysis in a neur...
作者:László Kardos , Katalin Nagy ...
来源:[J].BioMed Research International, 2015, Vol.2015
摘要:Aims. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate predictors of outcome in primary supratentorial cerebral haemorrhage. Furthermore, we aimed to develop a prognostic model to predict 30-day fatality. Methods. We retrospectively analyzed a database of 156 patients with sponta...
作者:László Csiba , Szabolcs Farkas ...
来源:[J].Journal of Neuroscience Methods(IF 2.114), 2010, Vol.192 (1), pp.17-21
摘要:Abstract(#br)The potassium staining method is based on the formation of potassium cobaltnitrite crystals after the treatment by sodium cobaltnitrite of brain tissue. The degree of staining correlates with the distinct potassium content of infracted and non-infarcted brain ar...
作者:László Balkay , István Boros ...
来源:[J].Journal of the Neurological Sciences(IF 2.243), 2004, Vol.229, pp.275-284
摘要:Abstract(#br)The pharmacological effects of the neuroprotective drug vinpocetine, administered intravenously in a 14-day long treatment regime, on the cerebral blood flow and cerebral glucose metabolism in chronic ischemic stroke patients ( n =13) were studied with positron emiss...
作者:László Csiba , István Fekete
来源:[J].Journal of the Neurological Sciences(IF 2.243), 2002, Vol.203, pp.99-101
摘要:Abstract(#br)Cerebrovascular diseases are common in Central and East Europe, and the resulting cognitive impairment is probably also frequent. Although this problem attracted a lot of attention in the last decade, systematic examination of cognitive functions is not routinely per...

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