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Introduction. Long-term care is series of health and social care services provided at home or in an institutional environment to people with reduced functional capacity. Even though it is known that the quality of life (QoL) of elderly is on a lower level when compared to younger people, there is a small amount of information about QoL of long-term...

By Adnan Osmanspahić, Mile Despotović, Teodora Bošnjak, Goran Mijović, Marija Lukić, Nada Avram, Bojan Joksimović

Introduction. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) is considered the reference diagnostic method for quantifying right ventricular size and function, and pulmonary regurgitation in patients with tetralogy of Fallot surgery. The aim of this paper is to confirm the importance of magnetic resonance continuous postoperative monitoring of right and ...

By Biljana Milinković, Jelena Milić, Dejan Bokonjić, Verica Prodanović, Bojan Joksimović, Siniša Ristić

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Society for Hypertension, elevated blood pressure is defined as the blood pressure the readings of which consistently range ≥ 140 mmHg systolic and/or 90 mmHg diastolic. Having in mind the fact that hypertension is one of the leading risk factors for cardiovasluar disease, ki...

By Maja Vuković, Biljana Mijović, Miloš Maksimović, Vesna Lazić

Cancer-related cognitive dysfunction is an important clinical probem that can interfere with the daily functioning, work productivity, childcare, and other responsibilities of women with a history of breast cancer. Risks of cancer-related cognitive impairment include cancer and cancer treatment, as well as patient-related vulnerabilities. There is ...

By Gorica Vuksanović, Jelena Marić, Olivera Kalajdžić, Ivana Zečević, Sandra Matovic, Siniša Ristić

Introduction. Breast cancer (BC) is the most frequent type of malignancy and the leading cause of cancer related death among women worldwide. BC is exceptionally heterogeneous disease and therefore distinct treatment modalities are necessary to address these differences. The aim of our study was to investigate the impact of TP53 and PTEN tumor supp...

By Nikola Tanić, Tatjana Dramićanin, Nejla Ademović, Tijana Tomić, Blagoje Murganić, Zorka Milovanović, Milica Nedeljković, Nasta Tanić

Introduction. Technology has the potential to reduce isolation, increase independence, provide educational, financial and social opportunities for users, but there may still be barriers, especially for people with disabilities or sensory deficits. Therefore, it is very important to determine what science has been dealing with in this area, more pre...

By Bojana Vuković, Sladjana Ćalasan, Andrea Vegar, Sanja Živanović

29.12.2022. Original Scientific Articles
Visual-motor integration of younger school-aged children

Introduction. Visual-motor integration (VMI) is defined as the degree to which visual perception (VP) and finger-hand movements are well coordinated. The VMI consists of two components: VP and motor coordination (MC). The main goal of our research was to determine whether there are differences in age and gender categories in VMI, VP and MC scores, ...

By Jelena Milić, Sladjana Djorem, Ana Lukić, Marko Petrović, Bojan Joksimović, Biljana Mijović, Radmila Balaban, Vesna Krstović Spremo, Dajana Nogo Živanović, Veljko Marić

Introduction. Subcortical auditory centers have several sources of blood supply. Cochlear nuclei are vascularized by the anterior inferior cerebellar artery. Superior cerebellar and posterior cerebral arteries supply the inferior colliculus nucleus, while the medial geniculate body nucleus is supplied by several posterior cerebral artery branches. ...

By Tatjana Bućma, Zdenka Krivokuća, Igor Sladojević

Introduction. Placental dysfunction is underlying cause in most of the intrauterine growth restriction and the pregnancy complications where the fetus does not achieve its genetically determined potential for growth. The critical process for the development of the placenta is angiogenesis. CD31 is an important endothelial adhesion protein that enab...

By Vesna Ljubojević, Sanja Jovičić, Dragica Draganović, Ljiljana Amidžić, Biljana Vatreš, Nataša Vojinović

Introduction. Postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) is very common in patients who are treated in intensive care units or in the surgery department after surgery. This increasingly present complication complicates and calls into question the recovery of the operated patient. We assumed that POCD was associated with blood loss in patients under...

By Dalibor P. Bošković, Sanja Marić, Marko Kovačević, Bojan Golijanin