Sinisa Vukicevic

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GIS in Social Science is an advanced GIS course aiming to explore the application of GIS in land use planning, health geography, environmental and landscape assessments. PREREQUISITE A prerequisite for this course is successful completion of EAS 221. Students who do not have the required prerequisite at the time of taking this course should not expect(More)
The interosseous membrane contributes to the function of the fibula by neutralizing the freedom of movement in the upper tibiofibular joint and by keeping the fibula from being passive. The main role of the membrane is indicated by its shearing capacity. As a result of dislocation and bending of the tibia (during axial loading), and the passivity of the(More)
Twelve fresh human pelves with preserved lumbar spines, hip joints, and ligaments, were tested by double-exposure and sandwich-hologram interferometry. During physiologic loadings (50-300 N), the pelvis moved as a whole downward and backward. Iliac wings exhibited marked undulation, except for the central part, which showed minor deformations. The sacrum(More)
The administration of aluminium to uraemic rats leads to aluminium accumulation in different brain regions. Aluminium intoxication significantly alters brain gangliosides, the content of which is increased in uraemic animals. This phenomenon can be prevented by administration of 24R,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 (24,25(OH)2D3). Our results could possibly find an(More)
The administration of aluminum (Al) to uremic rats leads to Al accumulation in different brain regions with subsequent alteration of brain gangliosides. Addition of 24R,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3[24R,25-(OH)2D3] did not influence the brain Al content determined by plasma argon emission spectrometry, but prevented the decrease in brain gangliosides. By using(More)
To investigate the influence of ageing on the morphology of the bottom of the internal auditory meatus, we analysed 150 undecalcified pyramids of human temporal bones. In most of the histologic sections examined, we found pointed bony spicules in the region of the spiral tract. These develop from layers of active and resting osteoid, reach their final(More)
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