Violeta V Stanimirović

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BACKGROUND Reports by hepatologists indicated that anti-HCV antibodies might be detected in 71% to 84% of cases of post-transfusion hepatitis and in up to 50% of cases of sporadic non-A non-B hepatitis. Anti-HCV antibodies were detected in 0.05-1% of blood donors with normal alanine transaminase (ALT) levels and negative anti-HBc screening. Anti-HCV(More)
The paper presents results of investigation of certain parameters of female sexual activity and their effect on the appearance of squamous intraepithelial cervical lesions (SIL). This correlation was investigated in the context of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection, in view of the role attributed to certain types of these viruses in the appearance and(More)
Over the period 1994-1998 1000 patients suffering from intraepithelial cervical lesions (SIL) were examined for the presence of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection. Today it is completely acknowledged that certain types of these viruses play a key role in the onset and evolution of these diseases. The study showed that SIL of the cervix appears in very(More)
Screening is the identification of a preclinical disease by a relatively simple test. It is usually regarded as public health policy that is applied to population. The aim is to identify disease not recognized by the health services and the term preclinical refers rather to such an unrecognized disease than to clinical detectability or recognition. The(More)
INTRODUCTION In more than 50 years since the first demonstration of the immune basis for thyroiditis was done, the autoimmune disease has been identified as a major cause of disfunction of all endocrine organs. Identification of the antithyroid with the radioreceptor assay is widespread in clinical use for differential diagnosis of other thyroid disorders(More)
The purpose of the most of clinical trials conducted under the auspices of pharmaceutical industries is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of drugs, and they are conducted at university health care institutions or appropriate clinical centres. Close collaboration among the investigators, potential investigators and other academic citizens is essential for(More)
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