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  • Dubelt, Joanna; Cybula-Misiurek, Małgorzata; Pawluk, Iwona Czerwińska; Chrościńska–Krawczyk, Magdalena; Żukow, Walery (2018-02-24)
    Epilepsy is the most common disease of the nervous system. Its etiology is multifactorial. The greatest risk for the occurrence of this disease is observed in children in the first decade of their life. The diagnosis of ...
  • Zboina, Bożena; Dziedzic, Ewelina; Cudzik, Krzysztof; Pawluk, Iwona Czerwińska; Zukow, Walery (2019-03-03)
    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most common illnesses which occurs globally. In 2018 it was the third cause of death. Growing incidence of COPD in Poland causes crucial social, economic and ...
  • Pawluk, Iwona Czerwińska; Szymaszek, Angelo; Pawluk, Elwira Paula; Żukow, Walery (2018-12-14)
    Allergic rhinitis (AR) due to the complex pathogenesis and steady increase in the incidence of the disease in both children and adults, is a serious problem in modern medicine. The disease affects the quality of life of ...
  • Mota, Oksana; Halyuk, Ulyana; Pokotylo, Petro; Lohash, Maxim; Zboina, Bożena; Ślusarska, Barbara; Król, Halina; Pawluk, Iwona Czerwińska; Zukow, Walery (2020-01-12)
    Introduction. Since the thyroid gland (TG), like the rest of the human body, is characterised by wide variety in shape and size, the evaluation of its linear and volumetric parameters by ultrasound images is one of the ...
  • Pawluk, Iwona Czerwińska; Pawluk, Elwira Paula; Szymaszek, Angelo Daniel; Zukow, Walery (2019-03-03)
    Cystic fibrosis (CF) is classified as a rare genetic disease and at the same time is the most common inherited disease in an autosomal recessive way. In Poland the disease is diagnosed in 1 in 4394-5000 live neonatal births ...

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