Monthly Archives: December 2006

Mellissa Kurniawan1), Bambang Isbandrio2)


Background: Orange juice drink in which water is the main content is a popular and widely consumed at ordinary restaurant and roadside food stalls. The purpose of these studies is to test bacteriological quality in orange juice drink sold in roadside footstalls nearby Pleburan Undip Campus.
Methods: An observational analyzes study with cross sectional design has done on orange juice drink with a total sample of 30. Samples were taken from roadside… Continue reading

(Studi kasus pada siswa pusat rehabilitasi siswa Bina Grahita Temanggung)

Himawan AB1), Akhmad Zulfa Juniarto2)


Background: Fragile X syndrome is the main cause of the inherited mental retardation marked with fragility in the edge of chromosome X long arm. It is occurred when someone does not produce Fragile Mental Retardation Protein (FMRP). Recently there is a new method to diagnose fragile X patient by immunocytochemistry method on the blood smear based on antigen-antibody reaction to FMRP.… Continue reading

Arnita D1), Henna Rya Sunoko2)


Background: The increased level of lead in human’s blood is toxic. It can decrease the intelligence and physical growth in children.
Methods: A cross sectional study was done to explore the correlations of lead level in the environment (air and water) with lead level in the blood of children ages 5-10 years. The research was done in Gebangsari and Sekaran, Semarang; and also in Moro Demak, Demak. The level of lead… Continue reading

Sugeng Santoso1), Mardiana Wahyuni2)


Background: The breast tumor diagnosis may be upheld with anamnesis, physical examination, sonography and mammography. The definitive diagnosis was performed by biopsy. Mammography is easy to be, non invasive and also have high enough accuracy, representing examination which must be reckoned in to diagnose breast tumor. The objective of this study was defining the sensitivity, specificity and accuracy of mammography to diagnose breast tumor.
Methods: Analytic study was done with cross sectional… Continue reading

Thariqah Salamah1), J. Adji Suroso2)


Background: Ultrasonography (USG) and alpha fetoprotein (AFP) serum level are frequently used to diagnose hepatocellular carcinoma (HC). The aim of this study was finding the correlation between serum AFP level and USG image in HC.
Methods: This was analytical cross sectional study, using Mann- Whitney and Chi Square tests followed by Spearman and Contingency Coefficient Correlation tests for analysis. The parameters used for evaluating the USG image were diameter, type, and… Continue reading