Slobodanka Ilić-Tasić

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Emperor John III Ducas Vatatzes (ruled from 1222-1254) and his son Theodore II Lascaris (ruled from 1254-1258) both suffered from epilepsy. On his journeys to Nicaea, St Sava visited emperors Theodore I Lascaris (ruled from 1204-1222) and John II Vatatzes, who richly rewarded him, which was probably of crucial importance for the foundation of hospitals in(More)
Medieval medicine and pharmacy were the subjects of numerous researches. The enviable level of health culture and social care of the diseased and debilitated people of the Serbian medieval state was far advanced for the time. However, there are scarce written records of the conditions. The purpose of this paper is to point out the conditions which enabled(More)
A group of 31 children aged 4-14 was presented with clinical manifestations of febrile convulsions, which after clinical examination, were followed--up in outpatient clinics during 1-12 year period. Together with continuous electroencephalographic monitoring, visual and somatosensory potentials were measured with the aim to stress a diagnostic significance(More)
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