Vojislav Jovanović

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In order to quantify the visual reactivity of EEG to opening the eyes, the topography of EEG power spectra for a sample of 72 healthy subjects of age ranging from 7 to 15 years was investigated. The EEGs were recorded from 16 scalp sites with eyes open (EOP) and eyes closed (ECL). Ln-transformed absolute EEG powers, acquired under these two states, were(More)
To determine developmental changes of quantitative EEG maturation, we investigated the electroencephalogram (EEG) power spectra in a sample of 72 pairs of healthy twins (144 subjects, 75 girls and 69 boys) ranging in age from 7-15 years. Main spectral parameters were measured in 16 EEG channels. The statistical significance of differences in the EEG power(More)
The influence of genetic relatedness on the similarity degree of topographical EEG parameters was studied in a sample of 26 sets of monozygotic (MZ) and 46 sets of dizygotic (DZ) twins. All 144 subjects were healthy, primary school children, aged 7-15 years, 69 boys and 75 girls. Correlation coefficients were calculated for 50 quantitative EEG parameters of(More)
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic autoimmune disorder characterized by broad clinical manifestations including cardiovascular and renal complications with periodic disease flares and significant morbidity and mortality. One of the main contributing factors to the pathology of SLE is the accumulation and impaired clearance of immune complexes(More)
The diagnostic value of visual evoked potentials (VEP) was assessed in a sample of 146 patients aged from 4 months to 18 years with a variety of visual disorders, and in 81 healthy controls. The methods of stimulation consisted of 1) a series of pattern reversals (PR) in 105 fully cooperative patients aged 6-18 years, or 2) a series of diffuse flashes in 41(More)
Visual potentials evoked by pattern reversal (PRVEPs) were studied in 64 normal subjects (age range 7 to 15 years) and in 15 patients with primary generalized epilepsy (age range 8 to 13 years), 10 of whom were without anticonvulsant medication. Most of them were studied during sodium valproate (VPR) therapy and some during carbamazepine (CBZ) medication. A(More)
Pattern-reversal visual evoked potentials (PRVEPs) were tested in 11 sets of monozygotic (MZ) twins and 22 sets of dizygotic (DZ) twins matched on age, sex and educational level. They ranged in age from 7 to 15 years. The PRVEPs of MZ twins exhibited a significantly greater degree of similarity than those of DZ twins. The peak latencies and amplitudes of(More)
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