Milica Popovich

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—Microwave radar imaging for breast cancer detection is one promising technique to replace/supplement X-ray mammography and MRI. Previously developed imaging algorithms have been applied to the signals generated from breast models comprising large dielectric contrast and relatively homogeneous tissue. This study investigates five imaging algorithms applied(More)
  • M I Popovich
  • 1988
The functional and structural changes in a nerve with various degree of stretching were studied by complex examination of 126 animals by means of neurophysiological and neurohistological methods. The character of changes in a nerve in traction trauma was found to be dependent on the degree of its stretching and the individual features of its external and(More)
Morphological and functional changes in the nerve after its single extension by 30% of the initial length have been studied in 50 rabbits and dogs by means of neurophysiological and neurohistological techniques for 10 days--6 months. It has been stated that traction lesions result in early trophic disorders, in stable changes of the nerve conductivity and(More)
The intratrunkal structure of 219 superficial and profound connecting branches between the sympathetic trunk and humeral plexus was studied in 18 people. Staining after Weigert--Pal was used followed by calculation of the absolute number of myelinated fibres. Individual features were revealed both in the diameter and in the intratrunkal plexus structure of(More)
In acute and chronic experiments on 52 animals (rabbits and dogs), carried out by means of neurophysiologic and neurohistologic methods, the authors have studied functional and histologic changes in the nerves following a one-step forced traction. Traction injuries have been found to cause early trophic disorders, persistent and long-lasting alterations of(More)
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