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Vol.12 No.2

Date: April 2003.

CONTENT:

BREAST FEEDING OF RISK NEWBORNS (Vol.12 No.2, str.45-50)

Authors:

Aleksandra Frković, Antonija Dujmović, Elizabeta Tomašić Martinis

Editorial

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF ORAL HORMONAL CONTRACEPTION (Vol.12 No.2,str.51-56)

Authors:

Branko Radaković

Review

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


NEONATAL AND MATERNAL OUTCOME IN CESAREAN SECTION AT VARAŽDIN COUNTY HOSPITAL (Vol.12 No.2, str.57-62)

Authors:

Aleksandra Špoljarić, Martina Jerbić-Cecelja, Ljiljana Gal-Geček, Zoran Pitner

Professional papers

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


FOLLOW UP AND PREGNANCY OUTCOME IN OLDER CHILDBEARINGIN AN AREA OF SPECIAL STATE CARE ( (Vol.12 No.2, str.63-68)

Authors:

Vjekoslav Krpina, Hrvoje Krpina

Professional paper

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


THERAPY OF OVARIAN CANCER WITH PACLITAXEL Our Results (Vol.12 No.2, str.69-71)

Authors:

Višnja Matković, Suzana Lide-Škalec, Adem Hajredini, Ante Ćorušić, Joško Zekan, Darko Folnović, Goran Vujić, Anastazija Aleksandrova

Professional papers 

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


IUD FORGOTTEN 12 YEARS AFTER MENOPAUSIS (Vol.12 No.2, str.72-73)

Authors:

Anton Mladinov

Case report

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


IDIOPATHIC THROMBOCYTOPENIA IN PREGNANCY Case report (Vol.12 No.2, str.74-75)

Authors:

Doroteja Pavan-Jukić, Željko Duić, Mario Podobnik, Srećko Ciglar, Ana Planinc-Peraica, Boris Filipović-Grčić

Case report

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


RETAINED FETAL BONE FRAGMENT AFTER INDUCED ABORTION AS A CAUSE OF SECONDARY INFERTILITY, DYSMENORRHOEAAND METRORRHAGIA: A CASE REPORT (Vol.12 No.2, str.76-77)

Authors:

Adem Balić, Devleta Balić

Case report

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


GINEKOLOŠKA CITOLOGIJA U HRVATSKOJ - 50 GODINA POSLIJE ( (Vol.12 No.2, str.78-79)

Authors:

Ante Dražančić

Book review

Summary:
Cervical carcinoma can be prevented by health education (primary prevention) or early detection (secondary prevention). Cytologic analysis, generally known as Papanicolaou (Pap) test, is the most widely used method of secondary prevention. Among other parameters, the classification of cytologic findings includes differentiation of premalignant and malignant lesions, and identification of the agents causing sexually transmitted diseases (bacteria, fungi, parasites) or their cytopathic effects (viruses). The latest classification proposal is the NCI Bethesda System 2001 at the international level, and Zagreb 1990 in Croatia. Cytology can be used as a screening method of lesion detection to discriminate between positive and negative findings, or as a differential diagnosis method to predict the histologic diagnosis. In differential diagnosis, cytology is one of the complementary diagnostic methods along with colposcopy and histology, which taken together allow for a more accurate diagnosis to make. The conventional Pap test as a screening method for cervical carcinoma has been confirmed through the morbidity and mortality decrease, and is recommended in countries with developed cytology service like Croatia. Even higher screening sensitivity is achieved by the use of sophisticated cytologic methods (LBC and computed cytologic analysis) and their combination with other methods (HPV DNA typing). Nation- -wide cytologic screening has been used in many European Union countries. In Croatia, the main professional preconditions for national screening have been met, however, the plan and program should be designed, and the financial support ensured.

Key words:
gynecologic cytology, cervix uteri


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