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30.06.2022. Original Scientific Article
Reading ability of young school-age children

Introduction. Reading is a complex linguistic and cognitive ability, acquired through learning. Children of typical development in the first four years of school completely master the reading skill. However, some children may have difficulty learning to read despite their preserved intellectual abilities and adequate training. The aim of this paper...

By MILE VUKOVIĆ, RADA RELJIĆ TRIVKOVIĆ, SLAĐANA ĆALASAN

Introduction. Detection of early carious lesion and its remineralization is the most effective way for caries treatment. The aim of this study is to compare effectiveness of remineralization of the early carious lesions with different fluoride varnishes. Method. The research included 30 children, girls and boys, aged 12 and 13, in whom the presenc...

By RANKA KNEŽEVIĆ, JOVAN VOJINOVIĆ

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. Writing is the most complex human ability and the most direct form of communication. Auditory discrimination is the ability to distinguish different sounds of language. After the age of seven, difficulties in auditory discrimination, even of similar sounds, are considered a pathological phenomenon. The aim of the research was to deter...

By VESELA MILANKOV, IVANA ANĐIĆ, JELENA VRUĆINIĆ, LJILJANA SIMIĆ, MILICA STELKIĆ

Introduction. Patients affected with Allan-Herndon-Dudley syndrome (AHDS) have a deficiency of monocarboxylate transporter 8 (MCT8), a protein primarily responsible for the transport of triiodothyronine (T3) into the brain. This X-linked disorder affects almost exclusively males with clinical presentation encompassing developmental delay, axial hyp...

By ADRIJAN SARAJLIJA, SLAĐANA TODOROVIĆ, BILJANA ALIMPIĆ, MAJA ČEHIĆ

Introduction. Higher level of knowledge and frequent contacts with peers with disabilities can influence the emergence of more positive attitudes of students towards peers with disabilities. In regard to that, our aim was to test the importance of knowledge, contact frequency and other possible factors influencing attitudes of students toward disab...

By SLAĐANA ĐOREM, GORDANA ODOVIĆ, ANA LUKIĆ, JELENA MILIĆ, BOJAN JOKSIMOVIĆ, MILENA BOŽINOVIĆ

Introduction. Radiological assessment is still being considered a golden standard when it comes to detection, follow-up and treatment of idiopathic scoliosis. However, it has universally been proven that radiation is cumulative and that it has oncogenic effects. For this reason, nowadays it is becoming increasingly popular to perform spinal ultraso...

By SAMRA PJANIĆ, GORAN TALIĆ, DRAGANA BOJINOVIĆ-RODIĆ

The concept of proper nutrition implies meeting the needs of the body concerning daily energy intake and a sufficient amount of nutrients and protective substances necessary to maintain the physiological functions of the body and its health. Nutrients are divided into macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates and fats) and micronutrients (vitamins an...

By SRĐAN ŽIVANOVIĆ, VESELINKA KULIĆ, NATALIJA HADŽIVUKOVIĆ, JELENA PAVLOVIĆ, SANDRA MATOVIĆ

Introduction. Acute rhinosinusitis (ARS) encompasses a heterogeneous group of inflammatory disorders affecting nasal mucosa and paranasal sinuses. Rhinosinusitis is the most common condition in the United States. It is estimated that over 30 million people annually visit the doctor due to this condition, while every sixth adult suffers from ARS. Am...

By LJILJANA KRSMANOVIĆ, SINIŠA ŠOLAJA, VLADIMIR TURUNTAŠ

Introduction. Deja vu (franc. Déjà vu) is a phenomenon experienced by two thirds of all people. However, this phenomenon can follow aura during the temporal lobe epilepsy. It is believed that it originates from hippocampus, which plays a major role in generating epileptic discharges. Some authors emphasize that in these patients d&eac...

By GORAN POPOVIĆ, RANKA MIRKOVIĆ, DEJAN BOKONJIĆ, BILJANA MILINKOVIĆ, TATJANA GAVRILOVIĆ-ELEZ