Davorka Perić

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A retrospective study about the incidence of malaria in Croatia in the period from 1987 to 2006 based on the official data of the Croatian National Institute of Public Health. In this period there were 201 cases of malaria registered in Croatia. The majority (79.6%) were imported from Africa, a significantly lower number from Asia (17%), and several cases(More)
Hormonal contraception is important for the way of life of many modern women. Since the oral contraceptives were introduced 30 years ago, millions of women were using the pill and large number of experimental, clinical and epidemiological studies have analyzed the risks of their administration. The question whether the usage of exogenous sex-steroids as(More)
The ultrasound examination of a 49-year-old female patient with irregular and painful menstruations has revealed a foreign body in the uterus. In 1973 (19 years prior to procedure), the patient had an artificial abortion and since then has not been able to conceive. In 1977, hysterosalpingography and laparoscopy did not reveal the cause of infertility.(More)
In order to estimate the transmission risk of measles and mumps viruses and a possible change in the strategy of vaccination against these infectious diseases, seroprevalence of antibodies to measles and mumps was determined in the population of young adults, i.e. in the recruits of the Croatian Army. Factors that may influence the state of immunity were(More)
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