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  Year: 2010 | Volume: 18 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 123-124
  Modern medicine in Serbia
Brana Dimitrijevic, Aleksandar Nedok, Gordana Lazarevic, Dragan Mihailovic
  DOI: 10.2298/AOO1004123D
  The exhibition of the legacy of Dr. Svetozar Markovic (1860–1916) held at the end of 2009 at the University library Svetozar Markovia in Belgrade, drew attention to this significant creator, school doctor, public worker, and the founder of school hygiene in Serbia. He was the founder of The Association for School Hygiene and National Enlightenment (1906), the founder and the editor of the magazine Svetlost (1908–1914). This work refers only to his findings regarding oral and dental condition of schoolchildren, gathered during the systematic examination of the pupils of the Third Belgrade (Pancic’s) Grammar School (classes from I to VIII), during the school years 1903/1904, 1904/05, and 1907/08.
  Key words: History of Medicine; History, 20th Century; Famous Persons; Physicians; Hygiene; Schools; Oral Health; Serbia Non MeSH Svetozar Markovic
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