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Development of Czech water law and legal relations related to water
Urban, Michael ; Blažek, Lukáš (referee)
Development of Czech water law and legal relations related to water Abstract This dissertation thesis deals with the development of the legal regulation of water law and legal relations related to water in the Czech Republic. It provides an interpretation of the issue from the beginnings of the Czech state to the present. The thesis is divided into sixteen chronological chapters focusing on individual periods of development of this issue. The individual chapters are divided into sub-chapters dealing with sub-fields of water law and legal relations related to water. The first four chapters provide a theoretical introduction and a common basis for the other chapters. The first chapter contains an analysis of the concept of water law and the systematics of water law. The second chapter provides an outline of the development of water law in antiquity as an illumination of the earliest roots of water law. The third chapter discusses the foundations and structure of Roman water law as the methodological basis of the field of water law. The fourth chapter deals with the basic features of the development of water law in the territory of states neighbouring the Czech Republic. Chapters 5-15 form the core of the thesis and deal with individual periods of development of Czech water law and legal relations related to...
Municipal Chronicle of Bečváry since 1948 to 1980. Reconstruction of missing part (1965-1978).
Urban, Michael ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Ebelová, Ivana (referee)
(in English): In this work, the author deals with the topic of the Municipal chronicle of the municipality of Bečváry from 1948 to 1980. Reconstruction of the missing part (1965-1978). The work is divided into two parts, a general part and a research part. The general part contains 6 chapters, the research part 34 chapters. After the preface and introduction, the author describes the available archival sources and literature. The third chapter deals with municipal chronicles as a historical source in the examined period. Within this chapter, an explanation of the relevant up- to-date treatment of the topic of municipal chronicling in the examined period (1948-1980) is included. The fourth chapter contains an explanation of the development of the legal regulation of municipal chronicles, while the emphasis was placed on the changes in the examined period. The fifth chapter deals with changes in territorial self-government after 1945. The sixth chapter contains an explanation of the history of the Bečváry village before 1948. The research part contains chapters dealing with the Bečváry Memorial Book itself. The relevant passages are devoted to individual chroniclers who worked in Bečvár in the period under review, and the state of the village at the beginning of the period under review. Subsequently,...
Development of Czech water law and legal relations related to water
Urban, Michael ; Kindl, Vladimír (advisor) ; Šouša, Jiří (referee) ; Vojáček, Ladislav (referee)
Development of Czech water law and legal relations related to water Abstract This dissertation thesis deals with the development of the legal regulation of water law and legal relations related to water in the Czech Republic. It provides an interpretation of the issue from the beginnings of the Czech state to the present. The thesis is divided into sixteen chronological chapters focusing on individual periods of development of this issue. The individual chapters are divided into sub-chapters dealing with sub-fields of water law and legal relations related to water. The first four chapters provide a theoretical introduction and a common basis for the other chapters. The first chapter contains an analysis of the concept of water law and the systematics of water law. The second chapter provides an outline of the development of water law in antiquity as an illumination of the earliest roots of water law. The third chapter discusses the foundations and structure of Roman water law as the methodological basis of the field of water law. The fourth chapter deals with the basic features of the development of water law in the territory of states neighbouring the Czech Republic. Chapters 5-15 form the core of the thesis and deal with individual periods of development of Czech water law and legal relations related to...
Chronic pelvic pain syndrome
Kolouch, Tomáš ; Urban, Michael (advisor)
The theme of my work " chronic pelvic pain syndrome " ( CPPS - Chronic pelvic pain syndrome ) I chose a variety of reasons . First of all, this is a very common and very annoying diseases affecting the quality of life , just as it occurs eg in Crohn disease , myocardial infarction, diabetes mellitus or congestive heart failure . Symptoms that are associated with CPPS , they encounter during their lives every fifth man . It is one of the most common urological disease patients across races, social groups, and age, then there is the highest incidence between 36 and 50 years , between diseases among men older than 50 years, is the third most common diagnosis . From celebrities who have suffered from the disease is Former U.S. President John F. Kennedy , the author of Sophie's Choice by William Styron . The theory of this syndrome is often unclear with a large number of options , as well as therapy is inherently more complex , whose activity is linked to the supposed origin of the disease in of a particular patient , often leads to failure. Taking care of such a patient is interdisciplinary starting urologist , surgeon , continuing through to physiotherapists to psychologists and psychiatrists .
Hormonal profile in men with localized and locally advanced prostate cancer
Heráček, Jiří ; Urban, Michael (advisor) ; Bílek, Radovan (referee) ; Hanuš, Tomáš (referee) ; Marenčák, Jozef (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to contribute to understanding the mechanisms and regulatory pathways by which hormones influence prostate tissue. Includes a total of 4 experimental work dealing with hormonal environment in men with prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia.
The role of infections in prostate cancer etiopathogenesis
Hrbáček, Jan ; Urban, Michael (advisor) ; Vonka, Vladimír (referee) ; Hora, Milan (referee)
Thesis summary A number of studies have addressed the role of genitourinary infections in prostate cancer (PC) pathogenesis since 1980's. Identification of an infectious agent responsible for prostatic carcinogenesis would make it possible to screen for and prevent the disease in exposed populations. In our project, we investigated the prevalence of antibodies to selected genit- ourinary pathogens in patients with histopathological evidence of PC and in men with benign prostatic hyperplasia. We were testing the hypothesis that PC patients would be more likely to harbor antibodies than controls. This would favor the in- fectious theory of PC initiation. In case of human papillomavirus (HPV), tissue ana- lyses were performed aimed at the detection of HPV DNA in prostatic tissue samples. To our knowledge, we were the first to look for a potential association between PC and Mycoplasma hominis/Ureaplasma urealyticum infection. Men with PC were more likely to have U. urealyticum antibodies. We analyzed the subset of PC patients to find whether infection may change PC biological behavior, with a null result. Other data obtained in our study support the negative findings from the majority of previously published studies. Besides the abovementioned results, an original contribution of this work lies in the...
Téma práce anglicky: The municipal chronicle writing in region of Kolín till 1948: Example of the village Bečváry (in comparison with the village of Ratboř)
Urban, Michael ; Sekyrková, Milada (advisor) ; Neřoldová, Lenka (referee)
(in English): The author deals with the theme of the Municipal Chronicle writing in Kolín district until 1948 on the example of the village of Bečváry (compared to the village of Ratboř). The thesis is divided into two parts - general part and exploratory part. The general part contains 5 chapters, an exploratory part contains 8 chapters. After the Preface and Introduction, the author describes available archival sources and literature. As far as the literature is concerned, the interpretation of the relevant previous works on the topic of the municipal chronicle writing was added. Chapter Three deals with municipal chronicles as a historical source. Chapter Four contains an explanation of the development of the legislation of the municipal chronicles, with an emphasis on the period from the early 20th century. The fifth chapter contains an explanation of the history of Bečváry village until 1923. The interpretation itself is divided into several subchapters, which separately describe the history of the villages of Malé and Velké Bečváry. A separate subchapter deals with the problem of village Bečváry in the context of the development of the Kolín district. An exploratory part was devoted to the history of village of Bečváry in the period before the establishment of local municipal chronicle (the...
The role of infections in prostate cancer etiopathogenesis
Hrbáček, Jan ; Urban, Michael (advisor) ; Vonka, Vladimír (referee) ; Hora, Milan (referee)
Thesis summary A number of studies have addressed the role of genitourinary infections in prostate cancer (PC) pathogenesis since 1980's. Identification of an infectious agent responsible for prostatic carcinogenesis would make it possible to screen for and prevent the disease in exposed populations. In our project, we investigated the prevalence of antibodies to selected genit- ourinary pathogens in patients with histopathological evidence of PC and in men with benign prostatic hyperplasia. We were testing the hypothesis that PC patients would be more likely to harbor antibodies than controls. This would favor the in- fectious theory of PC initiation. In case of human papillomavirus (HPV), tissue ana- lyses were performed aimed at the detection of HPV DNA in prostatic tissue samples. To our knowledge, we were the first to look for a potential association between PC and Mycoplasma hominis/Ureaplasma urealyticum infection. Men with PC were more likely to have U. urealyticum antibodies. We analyzed the subset of PC patients to find whether infection may change PC biological behavior, with a null result. Other data obtained in our study support the negative findings from the majority of previously published studies. Besides the abovementioned results, an original contribution of this work lies in the...
Possibilities of preoperative determination of local extent of prostate cancer
Záleský, Miroslav ; Urban, Michael (advisor) ; Jarolím, Ladislav (referee) ; Novák, Jaroslav (referee) ; Pacík, Dalibor (referee)
Author analyses results of methods of preoperative local staging of prostate cancer (digital rectal examination -DRE, prostate biopsy, statistical predictive nomograms etc.) Further he analyses results of imaging methods (CT, MRI, ultrasound and all of his modification- Doppler imaging, harmonic imaging, 3D reconstruction contrast enhancement).

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