Branislav Goldner

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The aim of this paper was to compare the value of bone scintigraphy and radiography in the early diagnosis of post-fracture reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD). Thirty-seven adult patients with post-fracture RSD (28 in the first and nine in the second clinical stage of RSD), as well as seven patients with fracture but without RSD (control group), were(More)
Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), the noninvasive breast malignant tumor originates from the terminal ductal-lobular units (TDLU). The typical feature of DCSI is the formation of calcifications. Up to 90% of DCIS are diagnosed on mammographic examinations, as clinically asymptomatic. Between 10% and 20% of DCIS remain mammographically occult due to the lack(More)
INTRODUCTION Liposarcoma of a bone is a very rare tumour of the fatty marrow, originating from lipoblasts. Its frequency is 1:1000 of all bone tumours. The long bones and the lower extremities are predominantly affected, equally in males and females between 30 and 70 years of age. In the estimation of its biological behaviour, histological graduation (G),(More)
The association between renal cell carcinoma and arterial hypertension has been the subject of various studies. These studies have not been consistent in clarifying the relationship between the two. Some authors contend that arterial hypertension is a consequence of renal cell carcinoma, which secretes vasoactive peptides. Others claim that arterial(More)
Many diagnostic and therapeutic procedures depend on medical images. In order to overcome imperfections of obtained images which are due to acquisition process and to obtain new information from available images, many techniques have been developed. In this study relatively new method of image segmentation, active contour model--"snakes" was applied in(More)