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Med Arch. 2016; 70(3): 243-243

Retracted Papers from the Journal “Medical Archives”

Izet Masic.

Concerning of un-ethical behaviors of some authors of the papers published in previous issues of the journal “Medical Archives” Editorial Board and me as Editor-in-Chief decided to retract several papers.
We follow COPE Retraction Guidelines (http://publicationethics.org/files/retraction%20guidelines_0.pdf) and publish a separately citation for retracted article.
The first case is:
Ahmed QA, El Sayed FS, Emad H, Mohamed E, Ahmed B, Heba P. Urinary biomarkers of acute kidney injury in patients with liver cirrhosis. Med Arch. 2014;68(2):132-6. PubMed PMID: 24937940; (RETRACTED)
Changed with the article: 
Masic I, Hodzic A, Karcic E, Mulic S. Comparison of the Quality Assessment of the Medical Education by students of Bologna and the Old System of Studying. Med Arch. 2014;68(2):132-6.
The second case is:
Latifi-Popovci, H. Association Between Autoantibodies Against Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Receptor and Thyroid Diseases Med Arch. 2014; 68(2): 79-81.(RETRACTED), doi: 10.5455/medarh.2014.68.79-81 
Changed with the article: 
Zvizdic Z, Milisic E, Halimic A, Zvizdic D, Zubovic SV. Testicular volume and testicular atrophy index as predictors of functionality of unilaterally cryptorchid testis. Med Arch. 2014;68(2):79-82. 
The third case is:
Sahin C, Aras HI. The Effect of Nasal Packing Removal on Patients Anxiety. Med Arh. 2015 Dec; 69(6): 393-395. (RETRACTED).
Changed with the article:
El-Ardat MA, Gavrankapetanovic F, Dekovic S, Kozaric M, Rakocevic M, El-Ardat KA, Zunic L. Buscopan Application as an Analgesic in Primiparas. Med Arh. 2015 Dec; 69(6): 393-395.

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