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Ageing of an individual affects hearing impairment and associated diseases can have a cumulative affect. In 50 examined subjects suffering from Diabetes Mellitus type 1, who were divided into groups according to age, gender and disease duration, auditory function was tested by analyzing results of pure-tone audiometry and brainstem auditory evoked(More)
INTRODUCTION Hearing loss is considered to be a subsequent complication of diabetes. MATERIAL AND METHODS Auditory function was analyzed in 50 patients suffering from diabetes mellitus type I, and through results of pure-tone audiometry and brainstem auditory evoked potentials in regard to the existence of subsequent complications of the disease, diabetic(More)
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the state of bone mass in obese individuals. Osteocalcin (OC) and parathormone (PTH) were measured (by RIA) in the sera of 137 obese, 32 premenopausal women, 65 postmenopausal women and 40 males, as well as in 28 controls, non-obese individuals. Values of OC and PTH were similar in the sera of all obese patients.(More)
INTRODUCTION A retrospective study of Rigid Esophagoscopy, with the suspect of foreign body, was performed in General Hospital Zrenjanin "Djordje Joanovic" at the Department of Otorhinolaryngology during the period of 1988-2007. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The result of 517 esophagoscopies performed in the above period was 203 (39.26%) foreign bodies, with the(More)
INTRODUCTION Problems of hearing disturbances in persons suffering from diabetes have been attracting great attention for many decades. MATERIAL AND METHODS In this study we examined the auditory function of 50 patients suffering from diabetes mellitus type 1 of different duration by analyzing results of pure-tone audiometry and brainstem auditory evoked(More)
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