Inevitable Cesarean Myomectomy Following Delivery Through Posterior Hysterotomy in a Case of Uterine Torsion

Radmila Sparic, Biljana Lazovic Abstract Background: Torsion of the pregnant uterus at term is a very infrequent obstetric event. It is usually associated with the presence of myoma or congenital deformities. Maternal prognosis is good after surgical treatment; however, prenatal mortality is high. Case report: We report a case of posterior low transverse hysterectomy in [...]

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Anaortic Technique in Off-Pump Coronary Aretery Bypass Surgery

Alen Karic, Zoran Jerkic Abstract Introduction: Techniques of coronary artery revascularisation on the beating heart have evolved with an attempt to reduce the potential deleterious effects of extracorporeal circulation. It is of particular value in those with a calcified or atheromatous ascending aorta. Total arterial revascularisation is ideal. Case report: We describe a case of [...]

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Reproductive Risk of the Silent Carrier of Robertsonian Translocation

Selim Kolgeci, Jehona Kolgeci, Mehmedali Azemi, Ruke Shala, Aferdita Daka, Mentor Sopjani Abstract Aim: The aim of this study was the evaluation of risk among the couples various types of Robertsonian translocations. Methods: Cytogenetic diagnosis has been carried out according to the Moorhead and Seabright method. Results: Cytogenetics diagnosis was performed in 17 couples having [...]

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Social Exclusion as a Determining Health Factor of the Roma Population

Suad Sivic, Adin Huremovic, Haris Djerzic Abstract Introduction: Poverty, social inequality and marginalization of certain population groups cause the exclusion of these groups from the society and the benefits provided by the social relations of the community. Goal: The goal of this study was to evaluate the characteristics of social exclusion of the Roma population [...]

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Intestinal Amebiasis in a Group of Patients with Ulcerative Colitis: Influence on Clinical Course of the Disease

Zora Vukobrat-Bijedic, Azra Husic-Selimovic, Nina Bijedic, Ivana Bjelogrlic, Aleksandra Djuran Abstract Introduction: Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a common disease with a chronic and relapsing presentation requiring regular clinical follow up. Epidemiological and microbiologic studies suggest that enteropathogenic microorganisms play a substantial role in the clinical presentation and extent of inflammatory bowel disease. Goal: To evaluate [...]

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Why Some Previous Drug Abuse Preventive Programs Had Low Effectiveness?

Rahele Samouei, Ayatollah Sohrabi, Mohammad Hosein Yarmohammadian Abstract Introduction: Considering the significant increase of drug abuse in national and international scopes, and the priority of the preventive programs (due to savings in cost and energy), this study aims to investigate the efficiency of drug abuse preventive programs. Methods: This is an analytical-descriptive study, conducted in [...]

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Patient Access to Electronic Health Record: A Comparative Study on Laws, Policies and Procedures in Selected Countries

Nahid Tavakoli, Sakineh Saghaeiannejad Isfahani, Zakiye Piri, Afsaneh Amini Abstract Introduction: The e-health system must have the capability of patient access to electronic health record. The advantage of access to their record lets them have better understanding of their condition and treatment. It can also raise the reliability of consistency and correctness of data in [...]

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Incarcerated Morgagni Hernia in an Octogenarian with Incidental Right-Sided Colonic Malignancy

Suad Gaco, Goran Krdzalic, Alisa Krdzalic Abstract We present an incarcerated Morgagni hernia in an octogenarian with incidental right-sided colonic malignancy who was admitted to clinic due to abdominal pain and symptoms of intestinal obstruction. An 85-old male patient had a history of constipation, abdominal distension, pain, vomiting, nausea and radiographic features of bowel obstruction [...]

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The Freqence of Renal Cell Carcinoma in Population of Patients with Kidney Tumors

Dzelaludin Junuzovic, Aleksandra Kerleta, Izet Masic Abstract Introduction: A kidney tumor is an abnormal growth within the kidney that usually occurs over a period of a time. Each tumor has its own characteristics and it is important to know what tumor the patient has so that the proper treatment can be administered. Kidney tumors can [...]

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Ophthalmologists’ Awareness of Informed Consent and their Compliance to Its Requirements

Asghar Ehteshami, Sakineh Saghaeiannejad Isfahani, Saeed Saeedbakhsh, Mahtab Kasaei Isfahani Abstract Introduction: Healthcare providers' awareness of laws governing medical documents and patients' health-related information is essential in securing the patients' rights. Given the existing legal problems in documentation of medical record of Consent and Acquittal, we decided to perform an investigation examining the levels of [...]

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