Marko Simic

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INTRODUCTION Occupational exposure to blood and body fluids is a serious concern of health care workers and presents a major risk of transmission of infections such as human immuno-deficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV). OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to determine the frequency and circumstances of occupational(More)
Semiquantitative analyzes of intestinal mucous lesion graduating from 0 (normal) to V (necrotic) were done in the experimental model, 6-12h alter the heterotopic liver transplantation in dogs. All degrees of mucous damages were found in intestinal samples (mean value was 2.60). The most dominant were the lesions of III (31%) and IV (25%) degree while in 4%(More)
Ethanol which is not ingested but is produced within the body through metabolic processes is known as "endogenous ethanol" (EnEth). The aim of this study was to determine whether there is a significant increase in the blood value of EnEth (BAC) in patients with diabetes mellitus and whether BAC correlates with increased glucose blood levels. In our study(More)
A 5-year-old girl with a very rare autosomal recessive disease, Hurler's syndrome, is described. This is a progressive disease and the main symptoms, typical for metabolic disorders of mucopolysaccharides were present. Only intransprarent cornea was not manifest, as it usually appears in advanced age. Dental examination confirmed the following symptoms:(More)
Liver and sinusoidal wall cells become swollen very fast due to ischemia in liver allograft, with Eurocollins preservation solution. This process consequently narrows the sinusoidal lumen and significantly disturbs the "functional structure" of Rapaport microcirculation units. Advanced changes on "functional structure" microcirculation liver units can cause(More)
In this paper we describe the development and application of an intelligent measuring control system with integrated robot vision, to enable the solving of complex assembly and quality control tasks with high accuracy and speed. The existing quality-control procedure for welded rings involves a visual observation of the inner surface of the welded ring and(More)
Unexpected rapid death after delivery due to HELLP syndrome (HS) may become the subject of a forensic expertise. Since this syndrome is rarely encountered in forensic pathology, our objective was to point to some specific findings which might present forensic aspects of HS. These include unexpectedness, suddenness and fulminant course of this syndrome,(More)