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Dr. Dezsényi Balázs
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Dr. Dezsényi Balázs

Dr. Dezsényi Balázs

Infectologist

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Dr. Dezsényi Balázs

Dr. Dezsényi Balázs

Infectologist

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Bio

Medical specialism

Medical specialism

* General infectology * Treatment of common infections * Effective diagnosis and treatment of patients with parasitic infections * Clarifying cases of doubtful pathological origin for medical colleagues

Professional experience

Professional experience

* 2007 – 2020: Infectology Department of the National Institute of Hematology and Infectology of the South Pest Centre Hospital (formerly Saint Ladislaus Hospital). Clinical specialist as of 2013 * 2020 – : Oktogon Medical Center, Infectology outpatient care * 2020 – : Semmelweis University, Institute of Anatomy, Histology and Developmental Biology, teaching anatomy, histology and developmental biology to students of general medicine and dental medicine

Language skills

Language skills

* Hungarian

Education and qualifications

Education and qualifications

* 2007: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine, general physician * 2013: Board certification in Infectology * 2015: Board certification in Tropical Diseases * 2021: PhD degree in Parasitology at the Doctoral School of Clinical Medicine, Semmelweis University \n **Postgraduate training, study trips:** * 2008: Postgraduate Training in Travel Medicine, Practical Vaccinology and Travel Medicine Course, Budapest. * 2011: Training Course in Tropical Medicine, Eldoret, Kenya. * 2012: ESCMID Observership, Stockholm, Vaxjö, Sweden. (Antibiotic susceptibility testing, Guhnar Kahlmeter) * 2015: Indigenous parasitic diseases in Europe, Pavia, Italy (Prof. Dr. Enrico Brunetti) * 2015: First meeting of European Register of Cystic Echinococcosis, Rome, Italy (Enrico Brunetti, prof., M.D.; Adriano Casulli) * 2018: Final Meeting of HERACLES (Human cystic Echinococcosis Research in Central and Eastern Societies), Rome, Italy (Adriano Casulli) * 2020: Paleoanthropological field training at the prehominid sites of Rudabanya-Alsotelekes, Hungary. (Laszlo Kordos, prof., M.D.)

Professional and society membership

Professional and society membership

* Hungarian Anatomical Society * Hungarian Society of Parasitologists

Scientific activity

Scientific activity

**Publications:** * Emerging human alveolar echinococcosis in Hungary (2003-2018): a retrospective case series analysis from a multicentre study. Dezsenyi B, Duboczki Z, Strausz T, Csulak E, Czoma V, Kaposztas Z, Fehervari M, Somoracz A, Csilak A, Olah A, Almasi K, Patonai A, Gorog D, Szell Z, Tolnai Z, Sreter T, Danka J, Auer H, Gruener B, Barth TFE, Casulli A. BMC Infect Dis. 2021, 21: 168. * Combining Computed Tomography and Histology Leads to an Evolutionary Concept of Hepatic Alveolar Echinococcosis. Grimm J, Beck A, Nell J, Schmidberger J, Hillenbrand A, Beer AJ, Dezsenyi B, Shi R, Beer M, Kern P, Henne-Bruns D, Kratzer W, Moller P, Barth TF, Gruener B, Graeter T. Pathogens. 2020, 9: 634. * \[Pig-slaughtering at home. Customs do not change. An infectological case report from a historical point of view\]. \n Dezsenyi B, Szabo BG, Danka J, Ocskay L, Bor L, Csepregi A, Babarczi E, Petrovicz E, Budai J. Orv Hetil. 2019 Jun;160(24):952-957. doi: 10.1556/650.2019.31405. Hungarian. * Human cystic echinococcosis in Hungary (2000–2014): a retrospective case series analysis from a single-center study. \n Dezsenyi B, Somoracz A, Danka J, Kucsera I, Barth TFE, Casulli A. \n Infection. 2018 Aug;46(4):477-486. doi: 10.1007/s15010-018-1146-0. Epub 2018 May 11. * Gynecological and obstetrical aspects of Enterobius vermicularis infection. \n Dezsenyi B, Sarkozi L, Kaiser L, Tarkanyi K, Nikolova R, Belics Z. \n Acta Microbiol Immunol Hung. 2018 Dec 1;65(4):459-465. doi: 10.1556/030.65.2018.020. epub, 2018 Mar 19. Review. * Autochthonous human alveolar echinococcosis in a Hungarian patient. \n Dezsenyi B, Strausz T, Makrai Z, Csomor J, Danka J, Kern P, Rezza G, Barth TF, Casulli A. \n Infection. 2017 Feb;45(1):107-110. doi: 10.1007/s15010-016-0918-7. Epub, 2016 Jun 28. * Diagnosis of eosinophilia in light of case reports. Istenes I, Kassa Cs, Dezsényi B, Fabian J, Kucsera I, Szili B, Korosmezey G, Tarkanyi I, Gaal-Weisinger J, Hanna E, Nagy Z, Demeter J. (2018) M Belorv Arch. 71: 382. * The European Register of Cystic Echinococcosis, ERCE: state-of-the-art five years after its launch. \n Rossi P, Tamarozzi F, Galati F, Akhan O, Cretu CM, Vutova K, Siles-Lucas M, Brunetti E, Casulli A; ERCE network. \n Parasite Vectors. 2020 May 7;13(1):236. doi: 10.1186/s13071-020-04101-6. * Use of intravenous tigecycline in patients with severe Clostridium difficile infection: a retrospective observational cohort study. \n Gergely Szabo B, Kadar B, Szidonia Lenart K, Dezsenyi B, Kunovszki P, Fried K, Kamotsay K, Nikolova R, Prinz G. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2016 Dec;22(12):990-995. doi: 10.1016/j.cmi.2016.08.017. epub 2016 Sep 4. * \[Thousand faces of Streptococcus pneumonia (pneumococcus) infections\]. \n Szabo BG, Lenart KS, Kadar B, Gombos A, Dezsenyi B, Szanka J, Bobek I, Prinz G. \n Orv Hetil. 2015 Nov 1;156(44):1769-77. doi: 10.1556/650.2015.30293. Review. Hungarian. \n **Submissions, posters:** * 2008: Trichinellosis in Hungary – A case of trichinellosis recognized in the context of eosinophilia. \n Hungarian Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases \n (MIKMT) competition – 2nd place. * 2013: A case of pulmonary echinococcosis. (MIKMT, 41st Congress, Szolnok) (poster) * 2015: Curative infection? A case of acute HAV hepatitis in an anti-HCV positive IVDU patient. MIKMT competition 2015 – 1st place. * 2017: Rare and dangerous: Strongyloides stercoralis today – variations on eosinophilia (45th Congress of MIKMT, Pécs; also presented at the commemorative meeting of the 130th anniversary of the birth and 50th anniversary of the death of academian Sandor Kotlan on 3 October 2017 at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest) * 2018: Pig-slaughtering at home, or customs do not change. An infectological case report from a historical point of view (46th Congress of MIKMT, Velence) * 2018: Alveolar echinococcosis mimicking malignant liver lesions – presentation of two cases (Congress of Young Pathologists, Siofok, Hungary) * 2018: IBS patients are sometimes right (Chronic giardiosis – case presentation; 13th Congress of the Working Group of Young Gastroenterologists, Balatonalmadi, Hungary)

Workplaces

Workplaces

IQB Medical RC Egészségközpont1025 Budapest, Törökvész út 87-91.