Vol 4, No 3 (2002)

Date published: 2002-11-08

Table of Contents

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Endoscopic sclerotherapy in control of variceal hemorrhage: a prospective trial in nonselected cirrhotic patients

Maciej Gonciarz, Jacek Hartleb, Dariusz Gil, Aleksander Michalski, Jan Pruszowski, Jerzy Goniewicz, Anna Witiuk-Misztalska, Aldona Mularczyk, Włodzimierz Mazur, Michał Petelenz

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):99-106.

Diet-induced hypercholesterolaemia causes increase of red blood cell deformability in rabbits

Bogdan Chmiel, Rozalia Grabowska-Bochenek, Danuta Piskorska, Lech Cierpka

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):107-112.

The endovascular treatment of popliteal aneurysms with the Hemobahn system

Ingo Flessenkämper, Mario Marcus, Bogdan Podlesny

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):113-116.

Assessment of the mechanical proprieties of human allogenic arteries after antibiotic sterilisation and cryopreservation

Tomasz Urbanek, Antoni Wala, Henryk Bursig, Krzysztof Ziaja, Wacław Kuczmik

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):117-124.

Surgery for cardiac myxomas - a 20-year experience with transseptal approach

Bartłomiej Perek, Marek Jemielity, Sławomir Katarzyński, Marcin Misterski, Wojciech Dyszkiewicz

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):125-131.

Prostaglandin E1 in the treatment of inflammatory peripheral vessel diseases - microcirculation assessment

Przemysław Nowakowski, Krzysztof Ziaja, Dariusz Zejc, Tomasz Urbanek, Marcin Kucharzewski, Damian Ziaja

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):133-138.

Blind gut perforation in the course of salmonellosis - case report

Maciej Zaniewski, Dawid Hadasik, Eugeniusz Majewski

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):143-145.

Rare case of the complex congenital upper urinary tract and heart malformation

Marek Urban, Krzysztof Bar, Janusz Ciechan

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):147-151.

Suggested form of the informed patient’s consent

Redakcja CP

Chirurgia Polska 2002;4(3):139-141.


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