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  • Association of α-synuclein Rep1 polymorphism and Parkinson's disease: Influence of Rep1 on age at onset 

    Hadjigeorgiou, G. H.; Xiromerisiou, G.; Gourbali, V.; Aggelakis, K.; Scarmeas, N.; Papadimitriou, A.; Singleton, A. (2006)
    The α-synuclein Rep1 polymorphism was studied in patients and controls in an ethnic Greek population. There was an association of allele 2 with risk of Parkinson's disease (PD; adjusted odd ratio = 3.25; 95% CI = 1.80-5.87). ...
  • Current status of mechanical circulatory support: A systematic review 

    Spiliopoulos, K.; Giamouzis, G.; Karayannis, G.; Karangelis, D.; Koutsias, S.; Kalogeropoulos, A.; Georgiopoulou, V.; Skoularigis, J.; Butler, J.; Triposkiadis, F. (2012)
    Heart failure is a major public health problem and its management requires a significant amount of health care resources. Even with administration of the best available medical treatment, the mortality associated with the ...
  • Genetic background of osteonecrosis: Associated with thrombophilic mutations? 

    Zalavras, C. G.; Vartholomatos, G.; Dokou, E.; Malizos, K. N. (2004)
    Intravascular coagulation is considered a major pathogenetic mechanism for nontraumatic osteonecrosis. The aim of our study was to evaluate the association of thrombophilic factor V G1691A mutation (factor V Leiden) and ...
  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis transmission among high school students in Greece 

    Hadjichristodoulou, C.; Vasilogiannakopoulos, A.; Spala, G.; Mavrou, I.; Kolonia, V.; Marinis, E.; Syriopoulou, V.; Theodoridou, M. (2005)
    Background: The aim of this study was to investigate the requirements and practical steps for screening of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) transmission among high school student populations in two regional high schools ...
  • Prevention and screening for colorectal cancer 

    Tsakiridou, I.; Argyriou, K.; Hatzitolios, A. (2010)
    Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. It is related to adoption of the western way of life and in the majority of cases, excluding the hereditary type, it appears to be more common in elderly people. ...
  • The state of hepatitis B and C in the mediterranean and balkan countries: Report from a summit conference 

    Hatzakis, A.; Van Damme, P.; Alcorn, K.; Gore, C.; Benazzouz, M.; Berkane, S.; Buti, M.; Carballo, M.; Cortes Martins, H.; Deuffic-Burban, S.; Dominguez, A.; Donoghoe, M.; Elzouki, A. N.; Ben-Alaya Bouafif, N.; Esmat, G.; Esteban, R.; Fabri, M.; Fenton, K.; Goldberg, D.; Goulis, I.; Hadjichristodoulou, T.; Hatzigeorgiou, T.; Hamouda, O.; Hasurdjiev, S.; Hughes, S.; Kautz, A.; Malik, M.; Manolakopoulos, S.; Matičič, M.; Papatheodoridis, G.; Peck, R.; Peterle, A.; Potamitis, G.; Prati, D.; Roudot-Thoraval, F.; Reic, T.; Sharara, A.; Shennak, M.; Shiha, G.; Shouval, D.; Sočan, M.; Thomas, H.; Thursz, M.; Tosti, M.; Trépo, C.; Vince, A.; Vounou, E.; Wiessing, L.; Manns, M. (2013)
    The burden of disease due to chronic viral hepatitis constitutes a global threat. In many Balkan and Mediterranean countries, the disease burden due to viral hepatitis remains largely unrecognized, including in high-risk ...