Sead Buturovic

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INTRODUCTION Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) is a rare autosomal, dominant hereditary disease, which affects both sexes equally (1-10). FAP accounts for less than 1% of all colon cancers and is estimated to occur in one of 8,300 live births. It is characterized by numerous adenomas scattered throughout mucosa of the colon and rectum. CASE REPORT The(More)
INTRODUCTION The degree of material and social development determines the basic characteristics of warfare. There are various causes, means and goals of warfare. From the standpoint of international war law, significant is the division between international and non-international (civil) war. International law of war is a part of public international law and(More)
INTRODUCTION Records about the fractures of the distal humerus could be founds in the scriptures written long before Christ (Hippocrates 300 to 400 BC). During the twilight of science development and of any scientific work (the Middle Ages), little has been written about this problem. Between the 1700 and 1800 much was discussed about the controversies(More)
INTRODUCTION Epidemiological characteristics of colorectal cancer indicate that in the U.S. colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of death from malignancy, just behind lung cancer. In the 2000 there were approximately 130,200 new cases, of which 56,300 had lethal outcome. In the past 15 years, the incidence and mortality rate has been declining,(More)
INTRODUCTION The formation of gallstones in the gall bladder is very common. It is now considered that approximately 10% to 15% of the adult population has gallstones. It is more frequent in women than men. ETIOLOGIES ARE VARIOUS AND INCLUDE age, sex, diet, sudden weight loss, etc. According to the report of the US National Institute of Health, it is(More)
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