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The prevalence of intestinal parasites in orphanages in Yogyakarta Suyoko, Suyoko
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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Stool specimens for microscopic examination collected from orphanages in Yogyakarta indicated the species and the overall percentages of prevalence of human intestinal parasites. These samples were examined in our laboratory by direct smear and concentration methods. The overall percentage of the sample population found infested with intestinal helminths was 43.4 and of intestinal protozoa was 39,8.KeyWords: intestinal helminths - intestinal protozoa - direct smear - Ritchie method - anal swab
Icterus Neonatorum Akibat Gangguan Metabolisme Karbohidrat Dalam Eritrosit Abdul Salam M. Sofro, Abdul Salam M. Sofro
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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Neonatal jaundice is not uncommonly found in newborn infants during the first few days of life. Usually the jaundice is mild. However, in a relatively small number of cases, the jaundice would progressively increase. Hyperbilirubinemia is observed in this clinical situation.In general it may be said that hyperbilirubinemia is due either to excessive erythrocyte breakdown which results in an increase of indirect reacting bilirubin in the blood, or to the failure of conversion of indirect reacting bilirubin to the direct reacting bilirubin.It has been known that carbohydrate metabolism is the constant source of metabolic power which is required by the human red cell in order to survive in the circulation and maintain its function. Metabolic defects in the red cells may result in premature ageing of the erythrocytes and consequently hemolysis and hyperbilirubinemia occur.Key Wards: neonatal jaundice - hyperbilirubinemia - erythrocyte breakdown - indirect reacting bilirubin - direct reacting bilirubin
Wanita dan Kodrat Alamiahnya: Suatu Tinjauan Anthropologis Kedokteran T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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Commemorating the centennial of the birth of the reknown Indonesian feminist, R. A. Kartini, the author touched upon the discrimination against women and the achievement of the emancipation movement in the medical profession. The author then reviewed the natural vigour of the female sex, starting with the thesis of Greulich and sex dimorphism. Subsequently, sex ratio and sex differences in mortality, life expectancy and prevalence of various diseases are discussed. Growth disturbance and canalization are stressed upon to reveal the greater strength of the "weaker" sex.Key Words: sex discrimination - period of female doMinance - homeorrhesis - sex dimorphism - sex ratio
Perubahan-Perubahan Segmental pada Pertumbuhan Anak Perempuan Umur 7-10 Tahun di Yogyakarta Adi Soekarto, Adi Soekarto
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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The growth in stature actually consists of segmental growth, because it could be divided into various segments, i. e.: head and neck, trunk, and upper and lower leg. All segments grow independently under their own velocity; the stature is the same as the sum of the length of all segments. The body width also grows at about equalspeed as the trunk.Four samples of girls, between seven to ten years of age, are taken from the collected data in the Department of Physical Anthropology, Gadjah Mada University Faculty of Medicine. The increment of body length is mainly caused by leg length between seven to eight and nine co ten years of age, and by the trunk length between eight to nine years of age.Key Words: segmental growth - stature - Indonesian children - trunk length - leg length
Soft Lens Soemarsono, Soemarsono
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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I have presented the use of soft lenses which has a wider range when compared with that of the usual spectacles. There are some complications but we can prevent them by supervising their use.The result of the use of soft lens during three :.ears was presented. No serious complications were met. The soft lens is relatively expensive because the material is imported. Patients desiring contact lenses must exactly know the problems.Key Words: soft lens - contact lens - refraction anomaly - aphakia - erosio corneae
Minimum Incidence Kanker Had Primer di Yogyakarta Soeripto, Soeripto
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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There is a tendency of primary liver cancer between 1970-1973 corresponding to the introduction of liver biopsy in Yogyakarta. Liver cancer had previously been found to be the most frequent tumour in necropsy material in Java. In the series, composed of biopsies only, it accounted for 36.8% of all abdominal cancers biopsied in Yogyakarta in 1973 and is thus more frequent than indicated by the total material covering a 4-year period (1970-1973).Based on the data of the Department of Pathology and population in 1976 by utilizing the formulathe primary liver cancer incidence in 1974 through 1978 is provided.It seems that the minimum incidence of primary liver cancer in Yogyakarta is lower than the incidence in other countries in Asia and AfricaKey Words: liver cancer - cancer registration -incidence of hepatoma - racial predisposition for cancer - viral hepatitis
Minimum Incidence Kanker Had Primer di Yogyakarta Soeripto, Soeripto
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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There is a tendency of primary liver cancer between 1970-1973 corresponding to the introduction of liver biopsy in Yogyakarta. Liver cancer had previously been found to be the most frequent tumour in necropsy material in Java. In the series, composed of biopsies only, it accounted for 36.8% of all abdominal cancers biopsied in Yogyakarta in 1973 and is thus more frequent than indicated by the total material covering a 4-year period (1970-1973).Based on the data of the Department of Pathology and population in 1976 by utilizing the formulathe primary liver cancer incidence in 1974 through 1978 is provided.It seems that the minimum incidence of primary liver cancer in Yogyakarta is lower than the incidence in other countries in Asia and AfricaKey Words: liver cancer - cancer registration -incidence of hepatoma - racial predisposition for cancer - viral hepatitis
Wanita dan Kodrat Alamiahnya: Suatu Tinjauan Anthropologis Kedokteran T. Jacob, T. Jacob
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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Commemorating the centennial of the birth of the reknown Indonesian feminist, R. A. Kartini, the author touched upon the discrimination against women and the achievement of the emancipation movement in the medical profession. The author then reviewed the natural vigour of the female sex, starting with the thesis of Greulich and sex dimorphism. Subsequently, sex ratio and sex differences in mortality, life expectancy and prevalence of various diseases are discussed. Growth disturbance and canalization are stressed upon to reveal the greater strength of the "weaker" sex.Key Words: sex discrimination - period of female doMinance - homeorrhesis - sex dimorphism - sex ratio
Perubahan-Perubahan Segmental pada Pertumbuhan Anak Perempuan Umur 7-10 Tahun di Yogyakarta Adi Soekarto, Adi Soekarto
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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The growth in stature actually consists of segmental growth, because it could be divided into various segments, i. e.: head and neck, trunk, and upper and lower leg. All segments grow independently under their own velocity; the stature is the same as the sum of the length of all segments. The body width also grows at about equal'speed as the trunk.Four samples of girls, between seven to ten years of age, are taken from the collected data in the Department of Physical Anthropology, Gadjah Mada University Faculty of Medicine. The increment of body length is mainly caused by leg length between seven to eight and nine co ten years of age, and by the trunk length between eight to nine years of age.Key Words: segmental growth - stature - Indonesian children - trunk length - leg length
Soft Lens Soemarsono, Soemarsono
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 12, No 01 (1980)
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I have presented the use of soft lenses which has a wider range when compared with that of the usual spectacles. There are some complications but we can prevent them by supervising their use.The result of the use of soft lens during three :.ears was presented. No serious complications were met. The soft lens is relatively expensive because the material is imported. Patients desiring contact lenses must exactly know the problems.Key Words: soft lens - contact lens - refraction anomaly - aphakia - erosio corneae

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