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      Antirestenotic effects of a novel polymer-coated d-24851 eluting stent. Experimental data in a rabbit iliac artery model 

      Lysitsas, Dimitrios N.; Katsouras, Christos S.; Papakostas, John C.; Toumpoulis, Ioannis K.; Angelidis, Charalampos; Bozidis, Petros; Thomas, Christopher G.; Seferiadis, C.; Psychoyios, Nikolaos; Frillingos, Stathis; Pavlidis, Nicholas; Marinos, Euaggelos; Khaldi, Lubna; Sideris, Dimitris A.; Michalis, Lampros K. (2007)
      Experimental and clinical data suggest that stents eluting antiproliferative agents can be used for the prevention of in-stent restenosis. Here we investigate in vitro the antiproliferative and apoptotic effect of D-24851 ...
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      Bone pain in thalassaemia: assessment of DEXA and MRI findings 

      Angastiniotis, Michael; Pavlidis, Nicholas; Aristidou, K.; Kanakas, A.; Yerakaris, M.; Eracleous, E.; Posporis, T. (1998)
      An increasing number of adult thalassaemics have been complaining of aches and pains of varying degrees of severity. In a minority the pains are debilitating and there is stiffness in movement. This study is an attempt to ...
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      [Follicular ileitis (Golden syndrome). Apropos of 2 cases] 

      Benz, G.; Mall, G.; Zachariou, Zacharias; Daum, R. (1988)
      We report on two cases with the seldom diagnosis of papillary lymphoid hyperplasia. In both cases the children were boys in the primary school age. The admission was performed due to rectal bleeding, abdominal colics and ...
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      Neural hyperplasia induced by RNA interference with m4/mα gene activity 

      Nagel, A. C.; Apidianakis, Yiorgos; Wech, I.; Maier, D.; Delidakis, Christos; Preiss, A. (2000)
      The E(spl) complex (E(spl)-C) contains three different classes of genes that are downstream of Notch signaling. The bHLH genes mediate the Notch signal by repressing proneural gene activity, for example during the ...
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      A Rare Coexistence of Retroperitoneal Pararenal Castleman's Disease with Focal Nodular Hyperplasia 

      Theodosopoulos, Theodosios; Karakatsanis, A.; Yiallourou, Anneza I.; Nikolakopoulos, Fotios; Psychogiou, Vassiliki; Karvouni, Helen; Voros, Dionysios (2013)
      Castleman's disease is a distinct form of lymph node hyperplasia divided into a solitary and a multicentric type. The solitary type occurs most commonly in the mediastinum and is usually asymptomatic. We present a patient ...
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      A successfully treated case of multicentric angiofollicular hyperplasia with oral chemotherapy (Castleman's disease) 

      Pavlidis, Nicholas; Skopouli, F. N.; Bai, M. C.; Bourantas, C. L. (1990)
      A case of angiofollicular lymph node hyperplasia of plasma cell type in a 60‐year‐old woman is reported. The patient presented with lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, and fever. She responded dramatically to chlorambucil and ...
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      Synergy between bacterial infection and genetic predisposition in intestinal dysplasia 

      Apidianakis, Yiorgos; Pitsouli, Chrysoula; Perrimon, N.; Rahme, L. (2009)
      Accumulating evidence suggests that hyperproliferating intestinal stem cells (SCs) and progenitors drive cancer initiation, maintenance, and metastasis. In addition, chronic inflammation and infection have been increasingly ...
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      Texture analysis of the endometrium during hysteroscopy: Preliminary results 

      Neophytou, Michael S.; Pattichis, Constantinos S.; Pattichis, Marios S.; Tanos, Vasilios; Kyriacou, Efthyvoulos C.; Pavlopoulos, Sotirios A.; Koutsouris, Demetrios Dionysios (2004)
      The objective of this study is to investigate the usefulness of texture analysis in the endometrium during hysteroscopy in endoscopic imaging of the uterine cavity. Endoscopy images from the endometrium from three subjects, ...