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O tratamento da Classe III: revis?o sistemática - Parte I. Magnitude, dire??o e dura??o das for?as na protra??o maxilar
Perrone, Anna Paula Rocha;Mucha, José Nelson;
Revista Dental Press de Ortodontia e Ortopedia Facial , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-54192009000500015
Abstract: introduction: for the treatment of class iii during growth, maxillary protraction therapy is the most reported in the literature. during the treatment is required special attention to the mechanics used to fix the problem. aim: to synthesize informations about the magnitude, direction and time of daily application of forces, through a systematic review. methods: studies were identified from an electronic search on medline database - entrez pubmed (178 articles) and bireme (550 articles), from january 1983 until december 2008. after rigorous process of inclusion and exclusion 56 primary studies were selected and subjected to a second selection process, remaining 39 articles. it was calculated the average and standard deviation, and the minimum and maximum values for magnitude, direction and usage hours of the maxillary protraction forces. results and conclusion: the mean magnitude, direction and duration of the forces of maxillary protraction were, respectively: 447.8 grams, 27.5 degrees of inclination in relation to the occlusal plane and 15.2 hours per day.
Tratamento da doen?a de Crohn com infliximabe: primeira op??o?
Malheiros, Anna Paula Rocha;Teixeira, Magaly Gemio;Scanavini Neto, Arceu;Silva Filho, Edésio Vieira;Rodrigues, Leonardo Correa de Oliveira;Thierry, Roberta;Nahas, Sergio;Cecconello, Ivan;
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-67202009000200007
Abstract: background: crohn′s disease is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the gastrointestinal tract with difficult management. infliximab is a chimeric igg1 monoclonal antibody against tumor necrosis factor and is indicated for refractory luminal and fistulization in crohn's disease. aim: to observe the outcome of 60 patients with diagnosis of crohn′s disease treated with infliximab. methods: prospective study with 60 patients with crohn′s disease in six years of observation. exclusion criteria were: clinical infection in at last three months; tuberculosis; intestinal occlusion; pregnancy. all patients were submitted to thorax x-rays, leukogram, tuberculosis cutaneous test. they were treated with infliximabe 5mg/kg each two months. they were divided into three groups according to the time of the diagnosis: 5 years, 6 to 10 and more than 10 years. the results were considered better, worse or unchanged. results: after the initial treatment, 76% of the patients achieved a response. at the first dose, the ones with 10 years and with associated abdominal surgery had good results and similar to the ones with less than 5 years with no operations. conclusion: the treatment with infliximab was effective and tolerable in the managing of symptoms in patients with active crohn′s disease, refractory to the conventional treatment and can be a reasonable approach to avoid the surgical treatment.
Repopulation of Tumour Cells during Radiotherapy Is Doubled during Treatment Gaps
Rafal Tarnawski,Krzysztof Skladowski,Andrzej Swienrniak,Andrzej Wygoda,Anna Mucha
Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine , 2000, DOI: 10.1080/10273660008833056
Abstract: The aim of this work is to analyse the proliferation of tumour cells in the treatment gapduring the radiotherapy for head neck cancer.
Metastasis of Mammary Carcinoma in Bitches: Evaluation of the Sentinel Lymph Node Technique  [PDF]
Hugo Enrique Orsini Beserra, Fabrizio Grandi, Rozany Mucha Dufloth, Luiz Gonzaga Porto Pinheiro, Hélio Amante Miot, Stephane Cássia Oliveira Rosa Vexenat, Noeme Sousa Rocha
Advances in Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/abcr.2016.52006
Abstract: In recent years the development of extremely accurate techniques for the removal of lymph nodes has been seen, such as the Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy (SLNB) technique. The technique is based on the staggered progression occurring in the lymphatic drainage of neoplasias, and is currently the main prognostic and diagnostic factor in women suffering from mammary carcinoma. This research aims at assessing the sentinel lymph node biopsy accuracy in female dogs suffering from mammary carcinoma. Forty-one dogs with cytological diagnosis of the tumor were used in the research. After injecting a Patent Blue V dye, mastectomy was conducted jointly with lymphadenectomy (for both sentinel and non-sentinel lymph nodes). The material was then serially sectioned and microscopically evaluated by routine H&E stain and immunohistochemical study with the markers for pancytokeratin AE1/AE3 and myoepithelial cells CK14. The study revealed that 46.3% (19/41) of the animals presented nodal metastasis. The sensitivity and specificity values found for SLNB were respectively 89.5% and 100%, with a kappa coefficient of 0.90 and p < 0.0001. Therefore, the SLNB technique offers high sensitivity in the early detection of metastases, allowing higher precision in the staging of oncological patients and, therefore, offering higher chances of survival.
Fora do armário, dentro do closet: o camarim como espa?o de transforma??o
Vencato, Anna Paula;
Cadernos Pagu , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-83332005000100011
Abstract: this paper presents how the construction of corporeality takes place when a drag queen is passing through a "female impersonation" process, which may be seen as cross-dressing. some aspects of the discussion proposed here are the construction of the character, the learning of a female impersonation process, the process of making the changes required to the character and the construction of a drag corporeality, and their meanings for this group. the data presented here comes from my ethnographic fieldwork about drag queens which was done in gay and lesbian sociability places in the island of santa catarina, brazil, from 2000 to 2002.
Radiografias da pris o feminina: um mosaico
Anna Paula Uziel
Physis: Revista de Saúde Coletiva , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/s0103-73312004000100012
A globaliza o alternativa como estratégia de desenvolvimento do Estado-Na o
Anna Paula Zeifert Bagetti
Desenvolvimento em Quest?o , 2003,
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to reflect about economical political and social problems,imposed for the New World-wide Order to the State-nation according the hegemonicglobalization, that uses medias (or information) to impose its logic and to disconcert thecitizens, increasing so the social exclusion and marginality. In the search of alternatives torevert this social picture is that the notion of against-hegemonic globalization is born,characterized for iniciatives in place-global level as form to resist the pressure exerted fortransnational capital, promoting, thus, the development of the societies and the inclusion ofits citizens. For this reason, citizen iniciatives, derived from the Third Sector, emerge assupport to the construction of a new State-nation.
Consolida??o fiscal nos Estados brasileiros: uma análise de dura??o
Rocha, Bruno de Paula;Rocha, Fabiana;
Nova Economia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-63512008000200002
Abstract: the objective of this paper is to analyze the duration of fiscal consolidation of brazilian states in the period 1986-2001. for this propose, we applied the duration models methodology. we sought to establish the main characteristics that explain the probability that a state would remain in fiscal balance, once it has achieved that position. the non-parametric results suggest that the probability that fiscal consolidation will be maintained falls dramatically after the first year and even more after the second year. parametric analysis shows that there is a core of relevant variables, such as the number of failures, the personnel costs/net current revenue ratio, the dummy variable for the years before the brazilian constitution of 1988, the dummy variable for the years after the refinance law 9496/97 and the polarization in the preferences of the parties that compose the legislative assembly.
Study of chronic hemolytic anaemia patients in Rio de Janeiro: prevalence of anti-human parvovirus B19 IgG antibodies and the developement aplastic crises
SANT'ANNA, Anadayr L.M.;GARCIA, Rita de Cássia N. Cubel;MARZOCHE, M?nica;ROCHA, Heloisa Helena A. Gallo da;PAULA, Maria Tereza M.;LOBO, Clarisse C.;NASCIMENTO, Jussara P.;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46652002000400002
Abstract: the prevalence of anti-human parvovirus b19 igg antibodies was determined in sera from 165 chronic hemolytic anemia patients, receiving medical care at instituto estadual de hematologia (iehe), rio de janeiro, during the year of 1994. this sample represents around 10% of the chronic hemolytic anemia patients attending at iehe. most of these patients (140) have sickle cell disease. anti-b19 igg antibodies were detected in 32.1% of patients. no statistically significant difference (p > 0.05) was seen between igg antibody prevalence in male (27.8%) and female (35.5%) patients. anti-b19 igg antibodies were more frequent in older (37.6%) than younger (28.2%) than 20 years old patients, although this difference had no statistical significance (p > 0.05). anti-b19 igg antibody prevalence showed that 67.9% of patients enrolled in the study were susceptible to b19 acute infection. with the aim to detect acute b19 infection, patients follow up continued until february 1996. during this period four patients presented transient aplastic crisis due to human parvovirus b19 as confirmed by the detection of specific igm antibodies. all four patients were younger than 20 years old, and 3 were younger than 10 years old. three of them were sickle cell disease patients. three of the four acute b19 infection occurred during 1994 springtime.
Stress-Induced Lipocalin-2 Controls Dendritic Spine Formation and Neuronal Activity in the Amygdala
Anna E. Skrzypiec, Rahul S. Shah, Emanuele Schiavon, Eva Baker, Nathan Skene, Robert Pawlak, Mariusz Mucha
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0061046
Abstract: Behavioural adaptation to psychological stress is dependent on neuronal plasticity and dysfunction at this cellular level may underlie the pathogenesis of affective disorders such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Taking advantage of genome-wide microarray assay, we performed detailed studies of stress-affected transcripts in the amygdala – an area which forms part of the innate fear circuit in mammals. Having previously demonstrated the role of lipocalin-2 (Lcn-2) in promoting stress-induced changes in dendritic spine morphology/function and neuronal excitability in the mouse hippocampus, we show here that the Lcn-2 gene is one of the most highly upregulated transcripts detected by microarray analysis in the amygdala after acute restraint-induced psychological stress. This is associated with increased Lcn-2 protein synthesis, which is found on immunohistochemistry to be predominantly localised to neurons. Stress-na?ve Lcn-2?/? mice show a higher spine density in the basolateral amygdala and a 2-fold higher rate of neuronal firing rate compared to wild-type mice. Unlike their wild-type counterparts, Lcn-2?/? mice did not show an increase in dendritic spine density in response to stress but did show a distinct pattern of spine morphology. Thus, amygdala-specific neuronal responses to Lcn-2 may represent a mechanism for behavioural adaptation to psychological stress.
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