Zlatko Trkanjec

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Visual stimulation influences mean blood flow velocities (MBFV) in posterior cerebral arteries (PCA). In 51 healthy, right-handed volunteers MBFV were measured in PCA with opened and closed eyes and while watching colored light (red, yellow, green, blue) for 1 minute. Volunteers had eyes closed 2 minutes between different colors. MBFV in left PCA was 41.2(More)
OBJECTIVES Until today there is no reliable test that can clearly distinguish Parkinson's disease (PD) from the essential tremor (ET). Our aim was to determine the usefulness of the transcranial sonography (TCS) in the differential diagnosis of the PD and ET as well as the interobserver reliability for this method. METHODS Transcranial sonography of(More)
Changes of mean blood flow velocities (MBFV) in the posterior cerebral arteries (PCA) recorded during visual stimulation in a group of 51 healthy, right-handed volunteers are presented. There were 27 (52.9%) males and 24 (47.1%) females, aged 20-59 years (mean age: 36.98 years). Measurements were performed with a hand-held 2 MHz transcranial Doppler (TCD)(More)
smanjuje rizik od moždanog udara, a više doze povezane su s povećanom učestalošću nuspojava ASK SUMMARY Secondary prevention includes treatment and rehabilitation of patients who have had a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA), and the identification and treatment of people at a very high risk for stroke. Secondary prevention may prolong the overall(More)
The aim of this study was to test feasibility of transcranial Doppler (TCD) and single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) during compound neuroactivation task. The study was performed in 60 healthy right-handed volunteers. Cerebral blood flow velocity was measured by TCD in both middle cerebral arteries (MCA) at baseline and during computer game.(More)
Essential tremor is one of the most common movement disorders characterized by combination of postural bilateral action tremor with frequency 4-12MHz. Diagnosis is based on clinical examination, while neuroimaging methods so far have limited role. Recent reports showed that substantia nigra (SN) hyperechogenicity detected by transcranial sonography (TCS) is(More)
  • D Kadojic´m, Andrlic´m C Vladetic´m, Kadojic, M Dikanovic, Z Trkanjec, Hospital Slavonski Brod +1 other
  • 2005
Frequency and characteristics of emotional disorders in patients after ischemic stroke ABSTRACT – Emotional disturbances in stroke patients may unfavorably affect the process of rehabilitation and longterm outcome of the disease. The aim of the study was to assess the prevalence of emotional disturbances and their characteristics in our stroke patients,(More)
The theoretical hypothesis is presented trying to explain the vesicle release from presynaptic nerve ending and membrane fusion. This theoretical concept implies only essential physical forces such as electrostatic force and surface tension force. Transmembrane resting potential of approximately -70 to -80 mV means that the intracellular fluid is(More)
In this theoretical conception, it is suggested that the driving force for presynaptic vesicle-cell membrane fusion during action potential that results with the neurotransmitter release is the electrostatic attraction of the differently charged outer lipid layer of the presynaptic vesicle membrane and the inner lipid layer of the cell membrane. All other(More)
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