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(Neuro Endocrinol Lett[TA])
2,671 results
  • Occurrence of periadrenal brown adipose tissue in adult Slovak population. [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):49-55
  • CONCLUSIONS: Brown adipose tissue cells were found in 240 (63%) cases. The prevalence of brown adipose tissue decreases below the age of 50 and later slightly increases. No significant differences in the prevalence of brown adipose tissue between men and women were found. With the exception of Germany, this study is currently the first extensive morphological autopsy study of brown adipose tissue prevalence in adults in Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Extraordinary features of the intraspinal extradural and intradural nerve root courses. [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):29-36
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study allowed us to identify and describe current occurence of intraspinal extradural and intradural communicating branches in the spinal canal with their potential influence on the clinical picture. Anatomical preparations revealed a higher incidence of intraspinal intradural variations, particularly between sacral roots. The reliance of their incidence of the type of plexus was observed.
  • The Health Impact of Mineral Dust Air Pollution on the Global and Local Scale (on the example from Slovakia). [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):24-28
  • CONCLUSIONS: Mineral composition and morphology of dust fallouts in the air from mining areas directly affects the health of the population and contributes to the increased incidence of respiratory diseases in the region, even several years after closing the mines or after the change of filters in mineral processing plants. Reducing unwanted air pollution should be a priority for relevant ministries (of health, environment etc.), as well as a challenge for public health professionals.
  • Analysis of body segments and postural state in school children. [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):17-23
  • CONCLUSIONS: Health status of the children's locomotor system, especially postural system is poor. High prevalence of postural disorders in children requires preventive programs such as introducing corrective exercises into physical education and engaging children in sports. Knowledge of the most frequent body segments defects in children can be helpful for professionals in creating adequate corrective programs for children.
  • Suicides by ingestion of pure caffeine powder. New challenge for public health? [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):11-16
  • CONCLUSIONS: The presence of caffeine only at the concentration of 362 ug/mL in blood and 187 ug/mL in urine was revealed. The cause of death was cardiac arrest most likely due to ventricular dysrhythmia. The concentration of caffeine determined in the femoral blood of the decedent was three times higher than the lethal concentrations reported in other published case studies. Based on the investigated circumstances, the manner of death was evaluated as a suicide.
  • Anaphylaxis in Public Health. [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):3-10
  • The increasing number of patients with anaphylactic reactions is a modern challenge for healthcare professionals in clinical practice and public health professionals. It remains difficult to determine the prevalence or incidence of anaphylaxis in the population due to the long absence of a consensus definition, the fact that analyses are performed on various population groups and the use of diffe…
  • Selected topics in public health - Editorial. [Journal Article]
    Neuro Endocrinol Lett 2019; 40(Suppl1):1
  • In 2019, there were several new epidemics of diseases around the world, which would only be known from old medical books. Conspiracy and antivax movements around the world have raised important issues about public health, its safety, prevention and the media. The importance of public health is increasing more than ever. That is why we are very pleased that we have succeeded in collecting enough q…
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