Kalman Kovacs mostly deals with Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Pathology, Adenoma and Pituitary gland. His work in Acromegaly, Prolactin, Hormone, Somatotropic cell and Prolactin cell are all subfields of Endocrinology research. His Pathology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Pituitary carcinoma.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radioimmunoassay, Estrogen receptor and Endocrine system. His Pituitary gland research includes elements of Pituitary tumors, Null cell, Endocrine gland, Radiology and Anterior pituitary. His research integrates issues of Tumor size, Cancer research, Temozolomide, Pituitary neoplasm and Cell cycle in his study of Pituitary tumors.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Internal medicine, Pathology, Endocrinology, Adenoma and Pituitary adenoma. His works in Pituitary gland, Prolactin, Hormone, Corticotropic cell and Acromegaly are all subjects of inquiry into Internal medicine. Kalman Kovacs combines subjects such as Endocrine gland and Anterior pituitary with his study of Pituitary gland.
His study in Immunohistochemistry, Pituitary tumors, Histology, Ultrastructure and Immunostaining is carried out as part of his studies in Pathology. The various areas that Kalman Kovacs examines in his Pituitary tumors study include Cancer research, Angiogenesis and Temozolomide. Kalman Kovacs works mostly in the field of Adenoma, limiting it down to topics relating to Pituitary neoplasm and, in certain cases, Adrenocorticotropic hormone, as a part of the same area of interest.
Kalman Kovacs mainly investigates Pathology, Internal medicine, Pituitary adenoma, Endocrinology and Pituitary tumors. Pathology is often connected to Acromegaly in his work. The concepts of his Internal medicine study are interwoven with issues in Immunology and Oncology.
Pituitary adenoma is a subfield of Adenoma that he explores. His Pituitary tumors research incorporates elements of Cancer research, Cell growth, Temozolomide, Labeling index and Pituitary neoplasm. His studies in Prolactin integrate themes in fields like Cell morphology and Pituitary gland.
Kalman Kovacs mainly focuses on Pathology, Pituitary adenoma, Pituitary tumors, Internal medicine and Pituitary neoplasm. His study in Pathology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Endoglin and Acromegaly. His research on Pituitary adenoma concerns the broader Adenoma.
His work carried out in the field of Pituitary tumors brings together such families of science as Immunohistochemistry, Cell, Angiogenesis, Temozolomide and Tumor progression. His Internal medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Endocrinology and Oncology. His work on Vasopressin as part of general Endocrinology research is often related to Adoptive cell transfer, thus linking different fields of science.
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Microadenomas of the pituitary and abnormal sellar tomograms in an unselected autopsy series.
Gerard N. Burrow;George Wortzman;Neill B. Rewcastle;Richard C. Holgate.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1981)
Pathology of invasive pituitary tumors with special reference to functional classification
Bernd W. Scheithauer;Kalman T. Kovacs;Edward R. Laws;Raymond V. Randall.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1986)
Somatotroph Hyperplasia: SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF ACROMEGALY BY REMOVAL OF A PANCREATIC ISLET TUMOR SECRETING A GROWTH HORMONE-RELEASING FACTOR
M. O. Thorner;R. L. Perryman;M. J. Cronin;A. D. Rogol.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1982)
p53 Expression in Pituitary Adenomas and Carcinomas: Correlation with Invasiveness and Tumor Growth Fractions
Kamal Thapar;Bernd W. Scheithauer;Kalman Kovacs;Peter J. Pernicone.
Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone-Producing Tumors: Clinical, Biochemical, and Morphological Manifestations*
Toshiaki Sano;Sylvia L. Asa;Kalman Kovacs.
Endocrine Reviews (1988)
Endoglin (CD105): a review of its role in angiogenesis and tumor diagnosis, progression and therapy.
Farshad Nassiri;Michael D Cusimano;Bernd W Scheithauer;Fabio Rotondo.
Anticancer Research (2011)
Ectopic secretion of corticotropin-releasing factor as a cause of Cushing's syndrome. A clinical, morphologic, and biochemical study.
Robert M. Carey;Shalendra K. Varma;Charles R. Drake;Michael O. Thorner.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1984)
A case for hypothalamic acromegaly: a clinicopathological study of six patients with hypothalamic gangliocytomas producing growth hormone-releasing factor.
Sylvia L. Asa;Bernd W. Scheithauer;Juan M. Bilbao;Eva Horvath.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (1984)
Regulation of humoral immunity in rats by pituitary hormones
Istvan Berczi;Eva Nagy;Kalman Kovacs;Eva Horvath.
European Journal of Endocrinology (1981)
Frequent Loss of Heterozygosity at the Retinoblastoma Susceptibility Gene (RB) Locus in Aggressive Pituitary Tumors: Evidence for a Chromosome 13 Tumor Suppressor Gene Other Than RB
Lin Pei;Shlomo Melmed;Shlomo Melmed;Bernard Scheithauer;Kalman Kovacs.
Cancer Research (1995)
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