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									         6th International Congress of the
  Worldwide Hungarian Medical Academy (WHMA)
           Budapest, August 25-27, 2005




(Károly Szelényi)
                         PATRONS

               Hungarian Academy of Sciences
          International Society for Pathophysiology
               Hungarian Kidney Foundation
       Semmelweis University and its Alumni Association
       Under the High Patronage of                                 Dear Colleagues

               E. Sylvester Vizi                       The International Congress of WHMA is held in the
   President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences      European Union for the first time in its history. The Congress
                                                       provides a variety of reports on pathophysiologic
                                                       mechanisms of disease, new diagnostic and therapeutic
         President of the Congress                     procedures and new directions in research. The scientific
                                                       program covers all fields of medicine from molecular biology
                                                       to bedside, prevention and rehabilitation, public health,
                László Rosivall                        management of health care, medical education and history.
President of the Worldwide Hungarian Medical Academy   The International Program Committee has organized plenary
                                                       lectures, special symposia with state-of-the-art lectures,
          International Advisory Board:                workshops and poster sessions. A special opening dinner will
                                                       be organized in conjunction with the 3rd International Wine
                                                       Symposium and 12th Budapest Nephrology School. During
                Győző Bauer (SK)
                                                       this important event you will taste the quality wines of
               Zoltán Brassai (RO)
                                                       Hungary and may discuss the long culture and tradition of
                János Frühling (B)
                                                       wine consumption in Hungary, and the high incidence of
                Gábor Haas (USA)
                                                       cardiovascular disease with the resultant serious decrease in
               György Kunos (USA)
                                                       life expectancy in this region. Our social programs include an
                  Éva Oláh (HU)
                                                       organ concert played by our collegue Janos Borvendeg in the
              Miklós Palkovits (HU)
                                                       famous and recently renovated St. Istvan Basilica, and a boat
               Sándor Szabó (USA)
                                                       tour on the Danube to see the wonderful panorama of the
              Tivadar Tulassay (HU)
                                                       World Heritage part of Budapest.
                                                       .
             Organizing Committee:
                                                                                   László Rosivall
                   Ákos Koller                                                    President of WHMA
                 László Kőhidai
             Shahrokh MirzaHosseini
                   Emil Monos
                  János Pusztai
                   Attila Szabó
                 János Szebeni
                  Ágoston Szél
                     REGISTRATION
              (1051 Budapest, Roosevelt tér 9.)

The registration desk is located at the congress venue and will
                     be open as follows:




August 25, 2005 (Thursday)          12.00 - 19. 00
August 26, 2005 (Friday)             8.00 - 18. 00
August 27, 2005 (Saturday)           8.00 - 18. 00
                    AUGUST 25, 2005

   3RD INTERNATIONAL WINE SYMPOSIUM
         IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
    TH
   6 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE
 WORLDWIDE HUNGARIAN MEDICAL ACADEMY
                 AND THE
      TH
   12 BUDAPEST NEPHROLOGY SCHOOL

          Dinner Reception at the Hotel Marriott
          Budapest, V., Apáczai Csere János u. 4.

19.00-19.10   Presidential Greetings
              László Rosivall

19.10-19.40 Cardiovascular risk and alcohol in general
            and red wine especially
            Eberhard Ritz

19.40-21.00   Elaboration on and presentation of the
              Hungarian wines
              Ernő Péter Botos

21.00-22.30   Dinner
              Special Hungarian Dishes
              Selected quality wines from the best known
              Hungarian cellars.
AUGUST 26, 2005
08.00-10.00 SYMPOSIUM I (LECTURE HALL A)
                                                                10.00-10.20   OPENING REMARKS
              CELL BIOLOGY-SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION                                László Rosivall President of WHMA
                      Chairperson: Tamás Balla                                E. Sylvester Vizi President of Hungarian Academy
                                                                              of Sciences
08.00-08.05    INTRODUCTORY REMARKS                                           Tivadar Tulassay President of Semmelweis University
               T. Balla                                                       Sándor Szabó Founder of WHMA
                                                                              György Kunos Past President of WHMA
08.05-08.25    REGULATION OF ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR                             Miklós Palkovits President of 4th Congress of WHMA
               FUNCTION BY ß-ARRESTINS
               L. Hunyady, G. Turu, L. Szidonya, Zs. Gáborik    10.20-10.50   STATE OF ART LECTURE
               Jenő Jendrassik Memorial Lecture
                                                                THE ROLE OF NON-SYNAPTIC RECEPTORS AND
08.25-08.45    REGULATION OF CORTACTIN IN                       TRANSMITTERS IN CHEMICAL COMMUNICATION
               DIFFERENT CELL TYPES                                       E. Sylvester Vizi
               L. Buday                                                   János Szentágothai Memorial Lecture

08.45-09.05    MOLECULAR COMPONENTS OF CALCIUM
               SIGNAL                                           10.50-11.20   COFFEE BREAK
               TRANSMISSION FROM THE ENDOPLASMIC
               RETICULUM TO MITOCHONDRIA
               G. Szabadkai

09.05-09.25    ELEMENTARY CALCIUM RELEASE EVENTS, THE
               REGULATION OF CALCIUM HOMEOSTASIS IN
               MUSCLE CELLS
               L. Csernoch

09.25-09.50    PHOSPHOINOSITIDES; KEY ORGANIZERS OF THE
               CELL BIOLOGY OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION
               T. Balla, A. Balla, G. Tuymetova and P. Varnai
               Tivadar Huzella Memorial Lecture

09.50-10.00    DISCUSSION
AUGUST 26, 2005
11.20-13.20 SYMPOSIUM II (LECTURE HALL A)                                                 E. Csanky, B. Karger, W. Hancock, W. Hempel, M. Kuras,
                                                                                          N. Tardieu, A. Jullien, C. Malderes-Bloes, M. Duval, F.
IMMUNOLOGY                                                                                Liebaer
Chairperson: László Takács                                                                Endre Kelemen Memorial Lecture

11.20-11.35   AUTOANTIBODIES IN HIV INFECTION
              G. Füst
                                                                            11.20-13.20 SYMPOSIUM III (LECTURE HALL B)
11.35-11.50   THE DUAL ROLE OF COMPLEMENT IN HIV
              INFECTION AND NATURAL IMMUNITY                                HISTORY OF MEDICINE
              J. Szebeni, Z. Beck, V. Polonis, CR. Alving, G.Füst           Chairperson: Emil Monos

11.50-12.05   DERMA VIR THERAPEUTIC IMMUNIZATION TO                         11.20-11.40   HUNGARIAN HERITAGE IN PHYSIOLOGICAL
              CONTROL HIV VIRAL LOAD                                                      SCIENCES
              J. Lisziewicz, F. Lori                                                      E. Monos, L. Szollár
              Endre Hőgyes Memorial Lecture                                               Sámuel Rácz Memorial Lecture

12.05-12.20   NEUROENDOCRINE CONTROL OF THYMIC                              11.40-12.00   ERVIN BAUER, A HUNGARIAN FOUNDER OF
              PHYSIOLOGY: ROLE OF GROWTH HORMONE                                          THEORETICAL BIOLOGY AND HIS TRAGIC FATE
              M. Dardenne                                                                 M. Müller
                                                                                          Ervin Bauer Memorial Lecture
12.20-12.35   THE THYMUS IS A COMMON TARGET
              IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES                                        12.00-12.20   HUNGARIAN DOCTORS OF THE MID-20TH
              W. Savino                                                                   CENTURY DIASPORA IN AUSTRALIA: POLITICS,
                                                                                          PERSPIRATION, PROFESSIONALISM
12.35-12.50   COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR DESCRIBING                                        S. Hunyor
              PROTEIN PROPERTIES WITH RESPECT TO
              PATENT PROTECTION                                             12.20-12.40   HUNGARIAN SURGEONS IN BRITAIN: PAST,
              M. Duval, L. Takacs                                                         PRESENT AND FUTURE
                                                                                          A.P. Barabás
12.50-13.20   BIOMARKER DISCOVERY AND VALIDATION IN
              ONE STEP: COMBINATION OF HIGH                                 12.40-13.00   HEALTH LEGISLATION: GENERALE
              THROUGHPUT MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY (mAB)                                        NORMATIVUM IN RE SANITATIS 1770.
              AND MASS SPECTROMETRY TECHNOLOGIES                                          THE UNFAIR FATE OF A DECREE
              L. Takács, A. Guttman, P. Olivova, E. Rajnavölgyi, L. Nagy,                 P. Balázs
13.00-13.20   THE MEDICAL HISTORY OF                                      PRIVATISATION IN ORAL HEALTH CARE 1995-2005
              BRONCHIAL ASTHMA IN CHILDREN                                É. Bocskay, M. Gyenes, P. Balázs
              (1839-1850)
              E. Cserháti                                                 ATTEMPTS TO INTEGRATE NATIONAL TRANSPLANT
              Ágost Schoepf-Merei Memorial Lecture                        PROGRAMS INTO A SUPRANATIONAL COLLABORATION
                                                                          J.D. Borsi, P. Borka, S. Mihály, O. Deme, E. Németh

                                                                          NEW ASPECTS IN THE RELATIONSHIP OF PSYCHIATRY AND
13.20-14.00   LUNCH BREAK                                                 MEDICINE
                                                                          M. Dunai

13.20-15.00   POSTER PRESENTATIONS I                                      ALCOHOLISM CAUSES CEREBROVASCULAR ALTERATIONS
                                                                          P. Szalay, K. Sipos, A. Szücs, M. Bodo
              ETIPRERIDNOL DICLOACETATE (BNP-166), A
              NOVEL TOPICAL SOFT STEROID WITHOUT                          MENTAL DISORDERS IN RURAL HUNGARY
              SYSTEMIC SIDE EFFECTS FOR THE TREATMENT                     K. Sipos, M. Bodo, Z. May, B. Lendvai, A. Piros, N. Spitzer, I. Pataky, Z.
              OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA                                         Nagy
              J.I. Székely, I. Kurucz, S. Tóth, K. Németh, K. Török, Á.
              Pataki, C. Salamon, Z. Nagy, K. Horváth, I. Szelényi, N.    TNFα AND H2O2 REGULATE BMP-2 EXPRESSION IN
              Bodor                                                       CORONARY ARTERIAL ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
                                                                          Z. Ungvári, A. Csiszar
              A MODEL STROKE PREVENTION PROGRAM: THE
              HUNGARIAN EXPERIENCE                                        COMPLEMENT AKTIVATION AND CEREBROVASCULAR
              Z. Nagy, A. Javor, P. Harcos, M. Bodo                       CHANGES IN PIGS
                                                                          M. Bodo, J. Szebeni
              APPLYING APPROPRIATE MEASURES TO
              EVALUATE AND MONITOR THE DEVELOPMENT                        THE ROLE OF NEURONAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE (nNOS)
              OF THE HUNGARIAN TRANSPLANT PROGRAMS                        INHIBITION IN RENAL ISCHEMIA-REPERFUSION INJURY
              P. Borka, J.D. Borsi, S. Mihály, O. Deme, E. Németh         K. Rusay, A. Fekete , O. Viklicky, V. Müllet, G. Reusz , A.J. Szabo

              CAREER AND/OR FAMILY?                                       WEIGHT CONTROL OF OBESE PATIENTS BY LIFESTYLE
              FUTURE CAREER AND FAMILY PLANNING OF                        CHANGES
              FEMALE MEDICAL STUDENTS IN HUNGARY                          Sz. Zsigri, Gy. Hegedűs
              H. J. Feith, Á. Kovácsné Tóth, P. Balázs
CT COLONOGRAPHY: COMPARISON OF A COLON                        MODELING VWF CATABOLISM PREDICTS THE MULTIMER
DISSECTION DISPLAY VS. 3D ENDOLUMINAL                         PATTERN IN VWD VICENZA TYPE 2A, AND HEALTHY
VIEW FOR THE DETECTION OF POLYPS                              CONTROLS AFTER DDAVP INFUSION
M.S. Juchens, T.R. Fleiter, S. Pauls, H.-J. Brambs,           A. Gézsi, A. Mohl, K. Sallai, E. Nagy, T. Szabo, J.E. Sadler, I. Bodó
A.J. Aschoff
                                                              EXTRACIRCADIANS AND CIRCADIANS OF CORTICOSTERONE,
EVALUATION OF PATIENT ACCEPTANCE                              PROLACTIN AND ENDOTHELIN-1 IN THE RAT ASSESSED ON
OF CT COLONOGRAPHY IN COMPARISON                              ANTIPHASIC LIGHTING REGIMENS
TO CONVENTIONAL COLONOSCOPY                                   R. Józsa, Ol. András, V. Valér, Gy. Nagy, G. Cornélissen, F. Halberg
M.S. Juchens, J. Ehmann, H.-J. Brambs, A.J.
Aschoff                                                       PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
                                                              OF RHODIOLA ROSEA L.
                                                              É. B. Héthelyi, B. Galambosi
TOXICITY PROFILE OF ADJUVANT BOLUS
5-FU TREATMENT IN ELDERLY
COLORECTAL CANCER PATIENTS                                    BRAIN ATROPHY AND COGNITIVE DECLINE DUE TO HERPES
Z. Szűcs, É. Végh , K. Tamás, Á. Petrányi, Gy.                SIMPLEX ENCEPHALITIS
Bodoky                                                        E. Pál, P. Kosztolányi, N. Kovács, Á. Feldmann, F. Nagy

FOLIC ACID IN THE PRIMARY                                     ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY OF CLEFT LIP AND PALATE IN
PREVENTION OF CONGENITAL                                      HUNGARY
ANOMALIES                                                     E.H. Puhó, J. Metneki, A.E. Czeizel
M. Szunyogh, J. Métneki, J. Sándor
                                                              PSYCHIATRIC STATUS OF ASTHMATIC CHILDREN’S
MEASUREMENT OF NECK MUSCLE                                    CAREGIVERS
SGTRENGTH IN CHILDREN IN DIFFERENT                            A. Szabó, E. Cserhati
AGES AND SPORT: EFFECT OF ISOMETRIC
TRAINING                                                      COMPARATIVE PROMOTERANALYSIS OF GENES
G. Ormos, G. Pavlik                                           ASSOCIATED WITH 5-FLUOROURACIL RESISTANCE IN
                                                              GASTRIC AND COLON CANCER
ELASTIN PEPTIDES INCREASE INVASIVE                            D. Szőke, B. Györffy
POTENTIAL OF MELANOMA CELLS
P. Pócza, P. Kovács, E. Pállinger, L. Kőhidai, K. Pócza, A.   GENOM-WIDE ANTISENSE TRANSCRIPTION IS SUGGESTED
Falus Zs. Darvas                                              BY THE ANALYSIS OF 1182 MOUSE TRANSCRIPTS
                                                              A. Györffy, B. Györffy
AUGUST 26, 2005                                        AUGUST 26, 2005
15.00-17.00 SYMPOSIUM IV (LECTURE HALL A)              17.30-18.30 SYMPOSIUM V (LECTURE HALL A)

HIGHLIGHTS IN NEPHROLOGY: FROM MOLECULES TO            ONCOLYTIC VIRUS IN THE TREATMENT OF CANCERS
BEDSIDE                                                Chairperson: Sándor Eckhardt
Chairperson: László Rosivall
                                                       17.30-17.45   P-53 INDEPENDENT CYTOTOXICITY OF MTH-68/H
15.00-15.20   UROSCOPY – A PROTEOMIC LOOK AT THE                     (A THERAPEUTIC PRODUCT CONTAINING
              ANCIENT DIAGNOSTIC TOOL                                NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS) IN TUMOR CELL
              M.S. Goligorsky                                        LINES
                                                                     Zs. Fábián, C.M. Csatary, J. Szeberényi, L.K. Csatary
15:20-15:40   BARTTER’S SYNDROME
              T.E. Andreoli                            17.45-18.00   TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL GLIOMAS WITH
              Ignác Semmelweis Memorial Lecture                      MTH-68/H, CHEMOTHERAPY AND LOCAL
                                                                     TUMOUR IRRADIATION.
15.40-16.00   IMAGING OF RENIN ACTIVATION IN EARLY                   G. Safrany, K. Lumniczky, C.M. Csatary, L.K. Csatary
              DIABETES MELLITUS
              J. Peti-Peterdi                          18.00-18.15   PERSPECTIVES ON ONCOLYTIC VIRAL THERAPY:
                                                                     DETECTION AND ERADICATION OF HUMAN
16.00-16.20   NOVEL INSIGHTS INTO THE HEIGHTENED                     BREAST TUMOR XENOGRAFTS WITH AN
              CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN RENAL FAILUE:                   INTRAVENOUSLY INJECTED VACCINIA VIRUS.
              FROM BEDSIDE TO BENCH                                  A. Szalay
              E. Ritz
              Sándor Korányi Memorial Lecture          18.15-18.30   TREATMENT OF HUMAN HIGH-GRADE GLIOMAS
                                                                     WITH MTH-68/H, AN OCOLYTIC PARAMYXOVIRUS
16.20-16.40   GEONOMIC DAMAGE IN END-STAGE RENAL                     L.K. Csatary, S. Wagner, C. Hartmann, C.M. Csatary, C.
              FAILURE – PATHOGENETIC AND THERAPEUTIC                 Koch, A. Freeman, G. Gosztonyi
              ASPECTS
              A. Heidland

16.40-17.00   OVERWIEV ON TRANSPLANT TOLERANCE
              G. Remuzzi                               SPECIAL HISTORY LECTURE
              Imre Ullrich Memorial Lecture
                                                       18.30-18.45   PROFESSORS FREDERICK AND SÁNDOR
                                                                     KORÁNYI
17.00-17.30   COFFEE BREAK                                           N. A. Tallyai
19.00-20.0   CONCERT

             Venue: Szent István Bazilika
             Organ playing by: Prof. Dr. János Borvendég


             J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue (e-moll)
             B. Frank: Choral (a-moll)
             F. Liszt: Bach Prelude and Fugue
AUGUST 27, 2005                                         10.00-10.30   STATE OF ART LECTURE
08.00-09.35 SYMPOSIUM VI (LECTURE HALL A)
                                                                      THE MORPHOLOGY AND FUNCTION OF
FROM MOLECULAR MEDICINE TO ROBOTIC SURGERY                            JUXTAGLOMERULAR APPARATUS
Chairpersons: Sándor Szabó and Masaki Kitajima                        L. Rosivall
                                                                      Albert Szent-Györgyi Memorial Lecture
08.00-08.15   INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: FROM GENE
              EXPRESSION TO GENE THERAPY                10.30-11.00   COFFE BREAK
              S. Szabó

08.15-08.35   PHARMACOGENOMICS AND BIOMARKERS:          11.00-13.00 SYMPOSIUM VII (LECTURE HALL A)
              TOWARDS PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
              V. Ozdemir                                GASTROENTEROLOGY
                                                        Chairpersons: Klára Gyires and Ágota Kovács
08.35-08.55   MOLECULAR MARKERS & MODERN
              CARDIOLOGY IMAGING: WHO GETS HEART        11.00-11.10   ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF DIFFERENT 2-
              ATTACK?                                                 ADRENOCEPTOR SUBTYPES IN GASTRIC
              J. Narula                                               MOTILITY AND GASTROPROTECTION.
                                                                      Z. Zadori, K. Fulop, K. Gyires
08.55-09.15   ENDOTHELIN IS A KEY MOLECULE IN
              GASTRODUODENAL ULCERATION                 11.10-11.20   EXCITATORY AMINO ACIDS ARE LIKELY TO BE
              G. Iaquinto                                             INVOLVED IN CENTRALLY-INDUCED GASTRIC
                                                                      MUCOSAL PROTECTION IN THE RAT.
09.15-09.35   STAGES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ROBOTIC                    K. Gyires
              SURGERY: DA VINCI ET AL.                                János Balassa Memorial Lecture
              M. Kitajima
              Ernő Polya Memorial Lecture               11.20-11.30   PHARMACOLOGICAL MODEL FOR EPITHELIAL
                                                                      BICARBONATE SECRETION –POLARIZED CAPAN-
                                                                      1 CELLS
9.35-10.00    SOMA WEISS LECTURE ON MEDICAL EDUCATION                 G. Varga, Á. Szücs, I. Demeter, G. Ovári, R.M. Case, M.C.
                                                                      Steward
              CURRENT CONCEPTS IN MEDICAL EDUCATION:
              UCI PERSPECTIVE                           11.30-11.40   INSIGHT OF CAPSAICIN-SENSITIVE AFFERENT
              T. Cesario                                              NERVES AND EFFERENT FIBERS OF VAGAL
                                                                      NERVE IN HUMANS.
                                                                      Gy. Mózsik, A. Dömötör
11.40-11.50 IBD – INDIVIDUAL THERAPY AND ITS             11.30-11.45   STATE OF HEALTH IN HUNGARY: A SURVEY IN
            CONDITIONS                                                 GENERAL PRACTICE
             R. Schwab                                                 S. Balogh

11.50-12.00   IBD AND CANDER – PERSPECTIVE OF THE        11.45-12.00   MIGRATION OF YOUNG HUNGARIAN PHYSICIANS
              CLINICIAN                                                M. Szócska
              L. Bene
                                                         12.00-12.15   THE EUROPEAN WORKING TIME DIRECTIVE AND
12.00-12.10   IBD AND CANCER – PERSPECTIVE OF THE                      CONCERNS ABOUT JUNIOR DOCTORS’ TRAINING
              PATHOLOGIST                                              IN THE UK: A REVIEW
              A. Bajtai                                                J. Turmezei

12.10-12.20   GENETICS OF MICOSATELLITE INSTABILITY IN   12.15-12.30   CONCEPTUAL MODELS ACROSS FRONTIERS
              COLORECTAL CANCER                                        I. Pátkai
              Z. Szentirmay                                            Szondi Memorial Lecture

12.20-12.30   CHEMOPREVENTION OF COLORECTAL CANCER       12.30-12.45   LIFE CYCLE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF
              IN IBD                                                   THE HEATH CARE IN HUNGARY
              A. Kovács                                                J. Gergely
                                                         12.45-13.00   DISCUSSION
12.30-13.00   DISCUSSION
                                                         13.00-14.0    LUNCH BREAK

                                                         13.00-14.00   POSTER PRESENTATIONS II
11.00-13.00 SYMPOSIUM VIII (LECTURE HALL B)
                                                                       IMPROVEMENT OF VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION IN
HEALTH AND ECONOMY                                                     HIGH RISK PATIENTS DURING CLOPIDOGREL
Chairperson: András Jávor                                              TREATMENT
                                                                       J.S. Borvendég, K. Farkas, E. Kolossváry, Z.
11.00-11.15   FINANCIAL PITFALLS IN HUNGARIAN HEALTH                   Járai, J. Nemcsik, Cs. Farsang, A. Pál, I. Kiss,
              SYSTEM                                                   Gy. Blaskó
              A. Jávor
              Lajos Markusovszky Memorial Lecture                      CORRELATIVE STUDIES ON DOPPLER
                                                                       ULTRASOUND AND RHEOENCEPHALOGRAPHY
11.15-11.30   HUNGARIAN SPECIALITY IN THE EUROPEAN                     M. Bodo-Z. Nagy, G. Thuroczy, F.J. Pearce, R.A. Armonda,
              UNION: CONTROL IN MEDICAL ATTENDANCE                     L. Baranyi, G. Panczel, P. Bonock, L.D. Montgomery, M.
              P. Géher, S. Balogh                                      Bodo Jr., T. Nebella.
                                                                  NONINVASIVE ASSESSMENT OF
                                                                  MICROVASCULAR FUNCTION IN HYPERTENSION,
A MODEL FOR A COMPLEX STROKE PREVENTION                           EFFECT OF COEXISTING RISK FACTORS
SCREENING                                                         K. Farkas, E. Kolossváry, Z. Járai, J. Nemcsik, J. Borvendég,
M. Bodo, P. Bonoczk, Z. Nagy, G. Thuroczy, K. Sipos, L.           Cs. Farsang, I. Kiss
Ilias, P. Szonyi, G. Panczel, M. Bodo Jr., T. Nebella, A.
Banyasz                                                           HEART RATE VARIABILITY, PARASYMPATHETIC
                                                                  ACTION AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
VASCULAR DYSFUNCTION AND MARKERS OF                               G.G. Járos, A.B. Baker
ENDOTHELIAL DAMAGE IN HYPERTENSIVE
PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT UREMIA                                  COMPLICATIONS OF SCLEROTHERAPY –
J. Nemcsik, K. Farkas, E. Kolossváry, J. Egresits, Z. Járai, J.   PREVENTION AND TREATMENT.
Borvendég, Cs. Farsang                                            F. Žernovický, K. Sámelová, F. Žernovický Jr.

NON-INVASIVE ASSESSMENT OF AORTIC                                 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLOOD PRESSURE
STIFFNESS                                                         AND BODY MASS INDEX IN WORKERS (2003)
P. Csordás, A. Mersich, Á. Jobbágy                                A. Ravandy, M. Noorytajer, H. Aamidi

EFFECT OF RILMENIDINE ON HEART RATE                               ACUTE AND CHRONIC EFFECTS OF CIGARETTE
VARIABILITY AND ON SPONTANEOUS                                    SMOKING ON MICROCIRCULATION EVALUATED BY
BAROREFLEX SENSITIVY IN HYPERTENSIVE                              LASER DOPPLER FLOWMETRY
PATIENTS                                                          K. Mako, A. Puskas, M. Imre, Z. Brassai
F. Finta, S. Alföldi, F. László, J. Nemcsik, E. Kun, A. Erőss,
C. Farsang, I. Kiss                                               CORRELATION BETWEEN MTHFR C677T AND
                                                                  A1298C POLYMORPHISMS AND TOXICITY OF
LARGE VESSEL MANIFESTATION OF GIANT-CELL                          HIGH-DOSE METHOTREXATE
ARTERITIS-A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY                                   J. Müller, J. Kralovánszky, K. Németh, V. Adleff, M.
E. Kolossváry, K. Farkas, H. Pintér, A. Kollár, É. Erényi, I.     Garami, D. Erdélyi, G. Kovács, Gy. Fekete
Mogán, I. Kiss
                                                                  TREATMENT OF CHILDREN WITH ACUTE
10 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LDL, Lp(a) AFERESIS.                       LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA
MACROVASCULAR, HAEMORHEOLOGICAL,                                  ACCORDING TO THE ALL-BFM-95 PROTOCOL IN
ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION, BLOOD PRESSUE                               HUNGARY
VARIABILITY, BARORECEPTOR SENSITIVITY-                            J. Müller, Zs. Jakab, M. Csóka, E. Magyarosy, G. Kovács
CASE REPORT
I. Kerkovits, P.E. Finta, J. Nemcsik, T. Szamosi, K. Farkas,      DIAGNOSTIC DIFFICULTIES OF INTRACYSTIC
S. Alföldi, Cs. Farsang, I. Kiss                                  BREAST TUMOURS
Zs. Egyed, B. Járay, Z. Péntek

ACTIVATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL ATP-                                 NEW MEMBERS IN THE FAMILY OF
SENSITIVE K+ CHANNELS IMPEDES POST-                              CHEMOATTRACTANT LIGANDS:
ISCHEMIC INJURY IN THE BRAIN                                     THE SXWS PEPTIDES
F. Bari, F. Domoki, B. Kis, G. Lenzsér, D.W. Busija              L. Kőhidai, O. Láng, K. Török, G. Mező, F. Hudecz

CARCINOMA OF THE ENDOMETRIUM IN THE                              EXAMINATION OF ROOT CANAL TREATMENT
TERRITORIAL CANCER REGISTRY BIHAR -                              FAILURES USING SCINTIGRAPHY
COUNTY 1990-1999.                                                C. Dobó-Nagy, J. Borbély, P. Fejérdy, G. Ackermann, E. Szabó,
F. Bereczky, E.Sz. Morvay, Sz. Bereczki                          I. Szilvási

EFFICIENCY OF INTENSIVE LOCAL                                    HEMODYNAMIC PROFILE, RESPONSIVENESS TO
SURVEILLANCE OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS                           ANANDAMIDE AND BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY
IN BIHAR COUNTY 1994-2000.                                       OF MICE LACKING FATTY ACID AMIDE
E.Sz. Morvay, L. Bereczki, Sz. Bereczki                          HYDROLASE
                                                                 P. Pacher, S. Bátkai, L.Offertáler, D. Osei-Hyiaman, J. Liu, J.
EXPRESSION OF ERYTHROPOIETIN AND ITS RECEPTOR                    Harvey-White, A. Brassai, E. Bán, Z. Járai, F. Benjamin, C.
INCREASES IN COLONIC NEOPLASTIC PROGRESSION                      and G. Kunos
Z. Gombos, K. Heightchew, G. Acs, M. Chen, E.E. Furth
                                                                 LEARNING HABITS OF DENTAL FACULTY
MINISURGERY OF VARICOSE VEINS                                    STUDENTS
Z. Várady, Z. Böhm                                               M. Székely

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE OPTIMAL CHEMOTACTIC
LIGAND
O. Lang, J. Birinyi, J. Láng, E. Illyés, Sz. Bősze, K. Bai, G.   14.00-14.30    STATE OF ART LECTURE
Mező, F. Hudecz, L. Kőhidai
                                                                 DIABETES, THE EPIDEMIC OF MODERN SOCIETY:
ADHESION AND CHEMOTAXIS INDUCING EFFECT OF                       FROM MOLECULES, GENES TO LIFE-STYLE.
SHORT EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX RECEPTOR                              Sir George Radda
SPECIFIC SEQUENCES. INFLUENCE OF VASOACTIVE
PEPTIDES. COMPARISON OF TWO DESCRIBED
ADHESION ASSAYS.
L. Kun, M. Tóth, H. Süli-Vargha, L. Kőhidai
AUGUST 27, 2005
14.30-15.30 SYMPOSIUM IX (LECTURE HALL A)                 16.00-18.00 SYMPOSIUM X (LECTURE HALL A)

MODERN CONCEPTS IN NURSE TRAINING AND THE ROLE OF         CARDIOLOGY
TEACHING HOSPITALS                                        Chairperson: Csaba Szabó
Chairpersons: Shahrokh H. Mirza, Ronald B. Norby
                                                          16.00-16.15   HIGH PRESSURE INDUCES ARTERIAL OXIDATIVE
14.30-15.00   DIMENSIONS OF NURSING PRACTICE,                           STRESS BY INCREASING THE ACTIVITY OF
              EDUCATION AND RESEARCH IN THE US                          NAD(P)H OXIDASE AND LOCAL RENIN-
              R. B. Norby, I. Duff                                      ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM
                                                                        Á. Koller
15.00-15.15   NURSING CURRICULUM FOR                                    Arisztid Kováts Memorial Lecture
              INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE
              IN THE 21ST CENTURY                         16.15-16.30   MOLECULAR BIOCHEMISTRY OF DIABETIC
              S. H. Mirza                                               ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION: ROLE OF
                                                                        MITOCHONDRIAL REACTIVE SPECIES AND PARP
15.15-15.30 ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: FUTURE                              ACTIVATION
            OPPORTUNITIES FOR MODERN NURSING                            Cs. Szabó
            EDUCATION AND PRACTICE IN HUNGARY                           Hans Selye Memorial Lecture
            AND USA
            R. B. Norby, I. Duff, S. H. Mirza, S. Szabó   16.30-16.40   POTENTIAL ROLE OF SORBITOL IN OXIDATIVE
                                                                        STRESS-INDUCED ARTERIOLAR DYSFUNCTION IN
                                                                        DIABETES MELLITUS
15.30-16.00   COFFEE BREAK                                              A. Rácz, E. Toth, J. Toth, Z. Bagi, A. Koller

                                                          16.40-16.50   NITRIC OXIDE AND PEROXYNITRITE IN
                                                                        CARDIOPROTECTION: THE EFFECT OF
                                                                        HYPERLIPIDAEMIA
                                                                        P. Ferdinandy

                                                          16.50-17.00   MECHANISM RESPONSIBLE FOR CARDIAC SIDE
                                                                        EFFECTS OF NON-CARDIOVASCULAR DRUGS
                                                                        V. Kecskeméti
                                                                        József Issekutz Memorial Lecture
17.00-17.15   ENDOCANNABINOIDS ACTING AT CANNABINOID-
              1 RECEPTORS REGULATE CARDIOVASCULAR
              FUNCTION IN HYPERTENSION
              G. Kunos, P. Pacher, S. Batkai
              Ernő Jendrassik Memorial Lecture

17.15-17.25   MITOCHONDRIAL NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION
              Zs. Lacza

17.25-17.35   ROLE OF NITROSATIVE STRESS AND PARP
              ACTIVATION IN HEART FAILURE
              P. Pacher, Cs. Szabó

17.35-17.50   TUMOR MICROCIRCULATION AND VASCULAR
              ADAPTATION
              A.R. Pries

17.50-18.00   EXERCISE AND REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES.
              HORMONAL EFFECT IN CARDIOVASUCULAR
              DIEASES?
              Zs. Radák


18.00         CLOSING REMARKS
              László Rosivall



19.00-21.00 BOAT TOUR WITH DINNER ON THE DANUBE
            BOAT „RAPSZÓDIA” STARTING FROM ROOSEVELT
            SQUARE
                                                                                                     August 27, 2005
    th
   6 INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF WHMA
                                                                              08.00-09.35          From molecular medicine to robotic surgery
          Scientific Program in Brief                                         09.35-10.00           Soma Weiss lecture on medical education
                                                                              10.00-10.30               State of art lecture: László Rosivall
                                                                              10.30-11.00                            Coffee break
                             August 25, 2005
                                                                              11.00-13.00          Gastroenterology             Health and economy
                                                                              13.00-14.00                            Lunch break
3rd International Wine Symposium in Conjunction with the 6th International
           Congress of Worldwide Hungarian Medical Academy                    13.00-14.00                       Poster presentations
                   Dinner Reception at the Hotel Marriott                     14.00-14.30               State of art lecture Sir Georg Radda
                                                                              14.30-15.30        Modern concepts in nurse training and the role of
     19.00-19.15              Presidential greatings-László Rosivall                                              teaching hospitals
     19.15-20.00         Cardiovascular risk and alcohol in general and red   15.30-16.00                            Coffee break
                                  wine in specific-Eberhard Ritz              16.00-18.00                             Cardiology
     20.00-22.30         Elaboration on and presentation of the Hungarian     18.00-18.10                          Closing remarks
                                     Wines-Ernő Péter Botos                   19.00-21.00        Boat tour and banquett with dnner on the Danube


                             August 26, 2005

    08.00-10.00                  Cell biology-signal transduction
   10.00-10.20                           Opening remarks
   10.20-10.50                State of art lecture: Szilveszter E. Vizi                We are Grateful to our Sponsors:
   10.50-11.20                              Coffee break
   11.20-13.20               Immunology                History of medicine
   13.20-14.00                               Lunch break                                    Chinoin Rt., Budapest
   13.20-15.00                          Poster presentations                                Richter Gedeon Rt., Budapest
   15.00-17.00         Highlights in nephrology from molecules to bedside                   Héthelyi Family, Budapest
   17.00-17.30                              Coffee break                                    Sándor Szabó, M.D., USA
   17.30-18.30          A review of clinical response to MTH-68/H, New
                           Castle Disease Virus (NDV), an attenuated
                                      oncolytic viral therapy
   18.30-18.45           Special lecture: Frederick and Sándor Korányi
   19.00-20.00                             Organ concert

								
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