Enra Mehmedika-Suljić

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Studies indicate that inflammatory mechanisms may play an important role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease (AD). C-reactive protein (CRP), marker and mediator of inflammation, has been detected in lesions typical for the affected areas of AD brain. There have been conflicting reports on serum CRP concentration in AD. Scarce data exist on(More)
Multiple sclerosis is an insidious, intermittent or chronic progressive inflammatory, autoimmune disease of the central nervous system; it is a major cause of disability, especially in young adults. It affects women twice as often as men. The prevalence varies from 50 to 100 per 100,000 in moderate climate zones. Interferon beta-1b reduces frequency and(More)
CONFLICT OF INTEREST NONE DECLARED. INTRODUCTION Through psychological support for prison guard's awareness about professional stress and burn-out, cognitive assessment of stress consequences, insight in coping strategies, as well as prevention of stress consequences is achieved. AIM Evaluation of psychoeducation effects on professional stress(More)
INTRODUCTION Interictal depression as a co morbid disorder can be seen among more than 40% of patients with epilepsy. Epilepsy duration as well as selected antiepileptic drugs can be suitable for the development of depressive disorder in many aspects. AIM To test relation between depressive disorder in patients with epilepsy, duration of illness and type(More)
Schizophrenia is a chronic progressive illness characterized with frequent relapses and requiring long-term treatment. In spite of the fact that this disorder belongs among ten leading causes of disability worldwide, the consequences and difficulties associated with schizophrenia are frequently underestimated. The course of the illness is further(More)
This paper gives examples of the measurement bioelectrical signals in the diagnosis procedure and therapy of patients treated at the Center for Medical Health of the Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo. The emphasis of the paper is put on the following methods: electromyography, electroneurography, potentials evoked by hearing, potentials evoked(More)
Botulinum toxin (BTX) is a powerful neurotoxin which blocks cholinergic transmission at the neuromuscular junction. Judiciously applied it can reduce local muscle over activity while maintaining the strength in other muscles. For focal or segmental dystony it has been a medication of choice. Refined botullinum toxin A being applied in affected groups of(More)
Epilepsies are one of the most common neurological disorders. Men and women are almost equally affected. Women bear specific features because of their natural characteristics and changes in hormonal status, which can affect the clinical presentation and the course of the disease as well as the comorbidity of various disorders. By this, we have in mind a(More)
Seizures are influenced by the physiologic variation in sex hormone secretion during the menstrual cycle and throughout the reproductive life of women with epilepsy. Catamenial epilepsy is defined as the occurrence of seizures around menses or an increase in seizures in relationto the menstrual cycle. The incidence of catamenial epilepsy varies from 10% to(More)
Data from the World Health Organization show that there is an increase in the morbidity and mortality caused by ischemic coronary disease. Diabetes has been confirmed as an independent risk factor in the development of coronary disease. The aim of this study was to determine the effect and role of diabetes mellitus in patients suffering from acute(More)