Slobodan Stojanović

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The authors review their experiences with the use of carbon-dioxide (CO2) lasers in dermatological surgery in a group of 3000 patients, with a total number of 3920 tumorous skin lesions, during a three-year period. The word LASER is an acronym for L-ight A-mplification by S-timulated E-mission of R-adiation. It must be pointed out that it is electromagnetic(More)
ETIOLOGY OF ONYCHOMYCOSES: Onychomycoses can be caused by dermatophytes, molds and yeasts. However, dermatophytes appear to be the chief organisms capable of a primary attack on the nail. By far the most frequent dermatophytes isolated from nails are Trichophyton rubrum, T. mentagrophytes var. interdigitale and Epidermophyton floccosum. Molds virtually only(More)
The use of lasers in medicine and especially surgery is rapidly expanding in many disciplines from clinical laboratory to the office practice and operating room. It is essential that users of this powerful tool have knowledge of their potential hazards and the measures to protect patients and personnel against injuries or undesired effects. Below, we have(More)
We investigated the value of patch testing with dandelion (Compositae) extract in addition to sesquiterpene lactone (SL) mix in selected patients. After we detected a case of contact erythema multiforme after patch testing with dandelion and common chickweed (Caryophyllaceae), additional testing with common chickweed extract was performed. A total of 235(More)
The knowledge about different types of lasers and their potential use in medicine is presented. A very rapid development of laser technology in the world imposes a need for up-to-date information about the characteristics of different laser instruments. Without this kind of information it would be difficult to keep in touch with the latest developments in(More)
In this brief report authors present data regarding the application of diagnostic and biostimulating laser instruments in medicine. For diagnostic purposes there are several types of laser instruments and procedures available: Laser Microscopic Masonic Analyzer (LAMMA), Flow cytometry. Doppler effects of laser rays (Laser Doppler velocytometry, Laser(More)
The authors review the results of the treatment of venous varices by a pulsating electromagnetic field (PEMF), by the use of IVEMT-2 apparatus, treated at the Department of Dermatovenereology in Novi Sad and the Institute of Medical Rehabilitation. The treatment was carried out in 18 patients--5 men and 13 women, mean age 56 years, all with venous varices(More)
INTRODUCTION Diaminodiphenylsulfone or dapsone is a chemical analogue of sulfapyridine, synthesized in 1908. Dapsone is a bacteriostatic agent that proved to be efficient in treating leprosy and malaria, but today it is used in treating dermatologic noninfectious inflammatory diseases. PHARMACOLOGY Dapsone is orally used in a dose of 50-400 mg per day in(More)
BACKGROUND A case of Fournier's gangrene associated with colon carcinoma was reported. Fournier's gangrene is a progressive soft tissue infection of the perineal and scrotal region. CASE REPORT A 50-year-old man was transferred to our hospital with clinical signs of septic shock and necrotizing soft tissue infection, of the scrotal and perianal regions.(More)