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Introduction. A significant proportion of women globally, consti tuting 38%, are obese, among whom 24.5% reside in Europe. Obe sity elevates the risk of premature birth due to associated maternal conditions, such as preeclampsia. The objectives were to assess: variations in demographic and clinical characteristics among preg nant women across group...

By Tamara Perić, Mirjana Bogavac, Zoran Belopavlović

24.06.2024. Original Scientific Articles
Two-tiered serology in patients with Lyme neuroborreliosis

Introduction. Lyme borreliosis is a multisystem infectious disease caused by Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato complex. It is transmitted by Ixodes ticks. Apart from erythema migrans, other manifestations require laboratory confirmation. The aim of our study was to analyze the results of Two-Tiered Testing in patients with possible Lyme neuroborrelio...

By Tatjana Roganović, Miloš Korać, Borut Bosančić, Višnja Mrdjen, Ljiljana Božić, Andjela Bojanić

Introduction. Conflict is a process during which one person consciously and intentionally makes an effort to prevent the other person’s efforts, some kind of blockade that will lead to interruption in achieving the goals and interests of the other person. Conflicts in the healthcare team are common and can lead to reduced productivity in the ...

By Maja Ćeha, Bojan Joksimović, Mile Despotović, Dejan Bokonjić, Biljana Mijović, Ivana Vukotić, Zlatko Maksimović, Marija Milić

Introduction. The aim of this article was to present a case of a foreign body in the external auditory canal described as a pseudotumor of the middle ear, as well as to point out diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of this problem. Case report. An 8-year-old girl was hospitalized several times in our department due to the surgery of left-sided chro...

By Nemanja Radivojević, Dragoslava Djerić, Zoran Dudvarski, Igor Djorić, Ivana Živković, Siniša Šolaja

Introduction. The aims of the study were to find out sex differences among patients starting regular hemodialysis (HD) in 2014 and to check whether these differences change over a five-year period. Methods. The retrospective five-year study included 35 patients (24 men; 11 women) starting HD in HD centers in Leskovac and Pirot in 2014. Demographic...

By Ljubica Mitev Prokopović, Miodrag Sokolović, Branimir Haviža Lilić, Miomir Prokopović

Introduction. The adoption of correct walking patterns is an indicator of the locomotor system readiness to establish optimal interaction between body force and the surface, and the way of creating pressure exerted by the feet during the walking cycle. The aim was to examine how the speed and characteristics of the terrain affect the distribution o...

By Dijana Laštro, Olivera Pilipović Spasojević, Mirsad Muftić

Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a problem that arose simultaneously with the beginning of their use and on a global level represents one of the biggest threats to public health. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the emphasis of the medical and pharmaceutical public is on Gram-negative bacteria, especially enterobacteria, which sh...

By Svjetlana Subotić, Nikolina Elez-Burnjaković, Siniša Ristić, Bojan Joksimović, Goran Stevanović, Jovan Kulić

Introduction. Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) are a serious global health problem affecting mostly younger and middle-aged persons. Despite the availability of variety of treatment approaches, the disease often progresses unpredictably. Biological drugs offer hope for IBD treatment. Our research share our preliminary findings regarding the monito...

By Goran Bokan, Tanja Glamočanin, Lana Mandić, Zoran Mavija

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a chronic microvascular complication of diabetes. Due to the dramatic increase in the number of diabetes cases, the prevalence of DR has also risen, making it the leading cause of blindness among the working-age population worldwide, despite the availability of screenings and modern therapeutic options. Risk factors for...

By Nada Avram, Biljana Mijović, Dragana Sokolović, Biljana Milinković, Verica Prodanović, Nenad Lalović, Nikolina Elez-Burnjaković

Introduction. Denture-induced fibrous hyperplasia (DFH) is a reactive lesion that occurs as a result of chronic trauma caused by the denture on the oral mucosa. Case report. A female patient, 56 years old, reported to the Specialist Center for Dentistry at the Faculty of Medicine in Foča for the fabrication of complete dentures. She wore previous ...

By Smiljka Cicmil, Ognjenka Janjić-Pavlović, Mihael Stanojević, Ana Cicmil, Olivera Govedarica, Zorica Stojanović, Jelena Lečić