Zvonimir Makarović

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Eighty women with Papanicolaou smears groups IIIa and IIIb and an abnormal colposcopic picture, where colposcopic biopsy pathologic results showed severe dysplasia or carcinoma in situ, were analyzed. Severe dysplasia was found in 51 (63.7%) and carcinoma in situ in 29 (36.2%)cases. By using methods of a definitive diagnostic value, in cases of severe(More)
This study is an evaluation of 485 histological findings of directed biopsies, which were performed due to the cytological state of dysplasia (IIIA and IIIB) or an abnormal colposcopy finding. The analysis of cervical smears showed 18.4% of the patients to have koilocytosis, whereas 6.8% of them had colposcopically recognized cervical condyloma. The samples(More)
A total of 263 cytologically examined patients with clinically suspected ovarian tumours are presented. In 164 cases (58 malignant and 106 benign tumours), the cytological finding and the definite pathohistological diagnosis were comparable, by which it has been found that the sensitivity of the method was 79.3%, its specificity 96.2%, and its predictive(More)
Cervical pregnancy in a 23-year-old patients is presented. The local finding corresponded to criteria for the diagnosis of cervical pregnancy. The diagnosis was confirmed by an immunological test (Gonavislide) and ultrasound. Conization was applied, and in the conization material the pathologist found chorial villi with a great many trophoblasts in direct(More)
During a 3-year period, 167 women with an abnormal cytological finding (112-IIIA, 41-IIIB and 14-IV) were followed up cytologically and colposcopically in six weeks' intervals. They were evaluated during pregnancy, vaginal delivery and the puerperal period, and the cytological findings showed no progression of intraepithelial lesions into the invasive ones.(More)
The main objective of work was to determine a diagnostic value of cytology and colposcopy as a method of screening and differential diagnosis, as well as to determine the relative value of some colposcopic features of squamous and glandular cervical intraepithelial lesions. Cytological diagnosis and colposcopy findings is compared with histological ones for(More)
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