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The prevalence of minor physical anomalies was examined in a sample of 109 children with idiopathic mental retardation (65 boys and 44 girls). Control group consisted of 246 healthy schoolchildren (123 boys and 123 girls) aged 8 to 12 years. A comparison was made between number of found minor anomalies per child (W1) and their Waldrop weight scores (W2) in(More)
Insulin-induced hypoglycemia provokes polyribosome disaggregation and accumulation of monomeric ribosomes in the brain of rats with hypoglycemic paresis and coma. The extent of brain polyribosome disaggregation depends on the decrease of blood glucose concentration, and in comatose animals on the duration of hypoglycemia. Cycloheximide prevents the(More)
A discriminant analysis was performed in a sample of 303 children with developmental disorders (DD) and 303 healthy controls (C) in order to test whether some oro-dental and physical minor anomalies could discriminate these groups of children. DD sample comprised 176 mentally retarded (MR) children. 70 children with impaired hearing (IH) and 57 children(More)
  • Jelka JukiÊ, Ilija ©krinjariÊ, Kristina ©krinjariÊ, Zlatko Ulovec
  • 2006
The incidence of oral and physical minor anomalies is higher in children with developmental disorders compared with healthy children. The aim of this study was to determine the possibility of discriminating children with developmental disorders from healthy children on the basis of oro-dental and physical minor anomalies. The study was performed on a sample(More)
The prevalence of oral and dental anomalies was assessed in children with developmental disturbances (DD). The study sample consisted of 606 children and young adults aged 5-20 years (303 DD and 303 control subjects). The group of DD children included 176 children with mental retardation (MR), 70 children with hearing impairment (HI), and 57 children with(More)
AIM To compare the prevalence of Waldrop's minor physical anomalies in children with developmental disorders (mental retardation, hearing and visual impairment) and healthy schoolchildren. METHODS The study was carried out on a sample of 469 children (223 children with developmental disorders and 246 healthy schoolchildren). RESULTS Significant(More)
AIM To evaluate the impact on smokers' behavior of public health activity related to a religious event such as Lent in a predominantly Roman Catholic country. METHODS "Smoke out day" was organized on the first day of Lent, a period of self-denial for Roman Catholics, combining cultural and religious significance for Croatian people. The day was covered by(More)
BACKGROUND This article aims at testing of psychometric characteristics of the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and the Defense Style Questionnaire - 40 (DSQ-40) in a sample of Croatian professional fire-fighters, so as to justify their use in Occupational Health. A pioneer effort to interrelate mental states and psychological job demands, ranked using the(More)
BACKGROUND The main goal of this research is to try and understand influence of psychological and social factors in children with tendencies to repeat tooth trauma. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Research included 147 patients, children of preschool and school age (88 boys and 59 girls). In the research patients were divided in two age groups: 5-8 and 9-12 years.(More)
Partial or complete deficiency of the clinical crown of non-vital teeth leads to a certain degree of deficiency of the dental arch, and to a certain extent disturbed functioning of the masticatory system. In such cases it is necessary to construct posts and cores to strengthen the tooth abut-ment as the base for crowns and bridges. The aim of the(More)