Laparoscopic Wedge Resection of Gastric Stromal Tumor (GIST)

Josip Samardzic, Boris Hreckovski, Ismar Hasukic, Sefik Hasukic Abstract Introduction: Laparoscopic treatment in general, in recent age has proven that it is well associated with low morbidity, mortality, fast recovery, less pain and sound oncologic outcomes. Recent reports from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) GIST Task Force and the GIST Consensus Conference under the [...]

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Hematological Changes in Patients Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: a Prospective Study

Sotir Lako, Teuta Dedej, Tatjana Nurka, Vera Ostreni, Aurel Demiraj, Roland Xhaxho, Edvin Prifti Abstract Objectives: Removal of pro inflammatory stimuli after CABG, wound closure and the regenerative ability of the bone marrow will ensure a gradual recovery of hematological parameters. The aim of this study was to assess the hematological changes after CABG. Materials [...]

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Intramural Haemorrhage and Haematoma as the Cause of Ileus of the Small Intestine in a Haemophiliac

Mirela Delibegovic, Admira Alispahic, Jasmina Gazija, Zlatan Mehmedovic, Majda Mehmedovic Abstract Introduction: The most frequent sites of bleeding in patients with haemophilia are the soft tissues, the joints, the urinary tract, but much more rarely the gastrointestinal tract. The complications of intramural bleeding are acute intestinal obstruction, but also rupture of the haematoma in the [...]

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Hidden Danger of Irrational Abusing Illegal Androgenic-anabolic Steroids in Recreational Athletes Age Under 35 in Bosnia AND Herzegovina

Sid Solakovic, Dragan Totic, Haris Vukas, Muhamed Djedovic Abstract Introduction: Androgenic-anabolic steroids are rarely used by sportsmen who want to improve physical performance in competition sport. Despite that they are well aware of the side effects of anabolic steroids, many young athletes in Bosnia and Herzegovina without competition motivation come in temptation, trying to achieve [...]

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Fears and Health Needs of Patients with Diabetes: A Qualitative Research in Rural Population

Maria Papaspurou, Vasilki C. Laschou, Paraskevi Partsiopoulou, Evangelos C. Fradelos, Christos F. Kleisiaris, Malamati A. Kalota, Anna Neroliatsiou, Ioanna V. Papathanasiou Abstract Introduction: Insulin-dependent patients are individuals with chronic disease who are well adapted to living and dealing with any health needs and fears arising. An important aspect in the process of adaptation to chronic [...]

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The First Report from Bosnia and Herzegovina on Micro-tese Results in Azoospermic Patients

Umit Goktolga, Sebija Izetbegovic, Admir Rama, Hajrudin Spahovic, Cihan Goktas Abstract Introduction: To present results of MicroTese procedure in treatment of male infertility in patients with azoospermia at Bahceci BIH IVF Center during two-year period of 2013-2014. Methods: In the stated time-period, 55 MicroTese surgeries were performed. In 52.7% of the cases, sperm cells were [...]

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Postoperative Outcome Comparison Between Pudendal Nerve Block and Caudal Block After Lateral Open Internal Sphincterotomy

Hazem Mohammad Alkhaldi, Wasfi Mohammad Salaita, Mohammad Ahmad Shabaneh, Mohammad Ibrahim Al-Horut, Raed Mohameh Abu Azzam Aldabbas, Ahmad Ali Uraiqat Abstract Objective: To assess the postoperative outcome between pudendal nerve block and caudal block after open lateral internal sphincterotomy for chronic anal fissure. Methods: Our prospective, randomized and double blind investigation included 123 patients, of [...]

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Oral manifestations of Systemic Sclerosis and Correlation with anti-Topoisomerase I Antibodies (SCL-70)

Ismet H. Bajraktari, Avni Kryeziu, Fadil Sherifi, Halit Bajraktari, Ali Lahu, Genc Bajraktari Abstract Introduction: Progressive systemic sclerosis (PSS) is a chronic autoimmune illness .Clinical oral manifestations in Scleroderma are very frequent. Aim: To explore the oral manifestations, frequent and rare, to investigate whether there are differences between gender and the observed correlation of changes [...]

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The Infraorbital Artery in Fetuses: Clinical Relevance in Perforator Flap Surgery

Predrag Kovacevic, Igor Hrgovic, Sladjana Ugrenovic, Milan Radojkovic, Zlatko Hrgovic Abstract Introduction: The reconstruction of soft tissue detects in mid facial region are highly demanding. Most challenging region are nasal alla. For full thickness nasal alla defects most authors use nasolabial flap based on facial/angular arcade,but for recidivans tumors the infraorbital perforator flap is a [...]

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One Year Outcome of Acute Stroke Patients with Sleep Apnea

Biljana Kojic, Adnan Burina, Osman Sinanovic Abstract The aim of this study was to analyze one year outcome of the acute stroke patients with sleep apnea in order to gender and age. Methods: It was analyzed 110 patients with acute stroke and sleep apnea. Among them 65(59%) were men. Average age of all participant was [...]

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