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Armando Luís de Carvalho Homem
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2010,
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Saber positivo e teoriza o nos primitivos currículos da licenciatura em história (1957 e 1968)
Armando Luís de Carvalho Homem
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2011,
Abstract: The degree in History exists in Portuguese Universities since 1957, after separation from Phisosophy. It was then established curricular structures of 5 years. The subsequent reform (1968) continued this long, but distinguished the baccalaureate (3 years) and undergraduate (5 years+ thesis). This paper mqkes a brief tour through the structures provided in this two curricular reforms and the role played by theoretical and methodological disciplines. It also tries the possible glimpse by the teaching of these subjects at the Universities of Coimbra, Lisbon and Porto.
A Universidade do Porto e a Vida Nacional : cronologia sinóptica (1911-2010)
Armando Luís de Carvalho Homem
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2011,
Abstract: Synoptic chronology of the University of Porto, in time of its Centennial, and of its faculties and of the social and political projection of some scholars.
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Armando Luís de Carvalho Homem
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2011,
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Pulmonary Lymphangioleiomyomatosis on a Post-Menopausal Woman with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia  [PDF]
Bernardo Cunha, Diogo Morgado Concei??o, Carolina Cabo, Nélson Jesus, Lèlita Santos, Armando de Carvalho
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2016.53018
Abstract: A 62 years old, post-menopausal female was admitted to the Internal Medicine Ward due to dyspnoea, cough and sputum of at least 2 months. Shortness of breath, cough and hypoxaemia persisted and the patient was submitted to a pulmonary angiogram ct which revealed numerous thin-walled air cysts affecting upper and medial zones of both lungs, typical images of pulmonary lymphangioleiomyomatosis. After discharge to Internal Medicine Consultation Service with Metilprednisolone, the patient was no longer hypoxaemic and remained asymptomatic, even after withdrawal of oral corticosteroid to inhalatory formulation. Further surveillance in short time was scheduled in order to implement rapid imunossupressive treatment when necessary.
Lei e poder concelhio : as posturas : o exemplo de Lisboa (sécs. XIV-XV) (primeira abordagem)
Armando Luís de Carvalho Homem,Maria Isabel de Carvalho Homem
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2006,
Abstract: Within the framework of the underlying enquiries about the acts that translate the exercise of normative powers, the authors focus on the municipal by-laws of the Portuguese Late-Medieval Age – particularly the ones from Lisbon, already published –, according to possibly aggregating perspectives of the History of Powers, of Urban Diplomatics and of a–‘classic’ typology according to the contents of such acts.
Mesenchymal stem cell enhances chondral defects healing in horses  [PDF]
Ana Lucia Miluzzi Yamada, Armando de Mattos Carvalho, Andrei Moroz, Elenice Deffune, Marcos Jun Watanabe, Carlos Alberto Hussni, Celso Ant?nio Rodrigues, Ana Liz Garcia Alves
Stem Cell Discovery (SCD) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/scd.2013.34027
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of intralesional Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) on the treatment of experimentally induced articular chondral defects in horses, emphasizing the benefits of this application in veterinary medicine. Chondral defects were induced in the medial femoral trochlea of both hind limbs of four horses. Thirty days post induction; the horses were divided into two groups. The G1 was submitted to treatment with MSC and the G2 was the control group. Clinical evaluations, synovial fluid analysis and synovial Prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) assessment were performed prior to defects and fortnightly up to 120 and 150 days. Macroscopic, histopathological and histochemical evaluations were performed at the end of the experiment. The treatment with MSC reduced the intraarticular inflammatory process. The G1 showed lower PGE2 concentrations in the synovial fluid and greater percentage of mononuclear cells and lower percentages of lymphocytes and neutrophils. The treatment improved the macro and microscopic aspects of repair tissue. No difference was observed in the scores of lameness between the G1 and G2. The use of MSC in the treatment of chondral defects minimized joint inflammation, as confirmed by synovial fluid analysis. The treatment resulted in an improved repair tissue, verified by macroscopic examination, histochemical and histopathological analysis.

Tratamento endovascular da doen?a obstrutiva carotídea em pacientes de alto risco: resultados imediatos
Lujan, Ricardo Augusto Carvalho;Lucas, Leonardo Aguiar;Gracio, Andréa de Fátima;Lobato, Armando de Carvalho;
Jornal Vascular Brasileiro , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1677-54492006000100005
Abstract: objective: endovascular treatment - carotid artery stenting (cas) - has been recommended as the current option in the treatment of carotid artery disease in high risk patients for carotid endarterectomy surgery (cea). this study reports our experience at instituto de cirurgia vascular e endovascular de s?o paulo with regard to cas in high risk patients. material and method: a retrospective descriptive study was performed based on the analysis of 113 medical charts of patients (84 males and 29 females) submitted to 130 cas from march 2000 to june 2004. mean age was 74 years (range, 51-86 years). asymptomatic patients (55%) presented stenosis > 75%, whereas in symptomatic patients (45%) stenosis was > 70%. indication for cas included: high risk for cea (45%), recurrent stenosis post-cea (15%), contralateral internal carotid artery stenosis (14%), contralateral carotid occlusion (12%), high cervical bifurcation (6%), post-radiation stenosis (5%), anatomically limited access (3%). the lesions were located at: carotid bifurcation (46%), internal carotid artery (32%), common carotid artery origin (9%), brachiocephalic trunk (8%), and common carotid artery (5%). result: seven neurological events were observed (five cases of cerebral vascular accident and two patients who had a transitory ischemic attack). death rate was 0%. overall complication rate (cerebral vascular accident, transitory ischemic attack, death) was 5.3%. conclusion: cas has proved to be a procedure with a low complication rate. therefore, it is a safe and efficient option in high risk patients for cea.
Síndrome de Goldenhar asociado a válvulas de la uretra posterior
Palacios,Alberto; Carvalho,António Pedro; Castro,Ribeiro de; Reis,Armando;
Archivos Espa?oles de Urología (Ed. impresa) , 2007, DOI: 10.4321/S0004-06142007000100012
Abstract: objective: to report a case with goldenhar syndrome with posterior urethral valves. methods: goldenhar syndrome (oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia) is a condition featuring the following triad of anomalies: ocular abnormalities (epibulbar dermoids, coloboma), otic anomalies (low set ears, auricular appendage) and/or vertebral anomalies. multiple malformations, including congenital heart, brain and renal disease. results: posterior urethral valves should be treated with primary valve ablation. conclusions: it is necessary to perform a careful evaluations of general malformations, especially renal malformations.
Effect of esophagogastric devascularization with splenectomy on schistossomal portal hypertension patients' immunity
Ferreira, Fabio Gon?alves;Forte, Wilma Carvalho Neves;Assef, José Cesar;Capua Jr., Armando de;
Arquivos de Gastroenterologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-28032007000100010
Abstract: background: surgical treatment of hemorrhagic complication in schistosomal portal hypertension in our hospital is an esophagogastric devascularization procedure with splenectomy. infectious risks and immunological alterations imputed to splenectomy may have significant importance. to minimize the consequences of spleen absence, the use of subtotal splenectomy and spleen auto-transplantation were stimulated. aim: to verify the immunologic alterations imposed by this procedure in our patients. method: twenty-eight patients with schistosomal portal hypertension and previous history of upper digestive bleeding due to esophagogastric varices rupture underwent elective esophagogastric devascularization and splenectomy. they were prospectively studied before esophagogastric devascularization procedure with splenectomy, 15 and 30 days, 3 and 6 months after the procedure. t and b-lymphocytes, cd4 and cd8 subpopulations were determinated by monoclonal antibodies. immunoglobulins a, m, g and c3, c4 components of the complement were determinated by radial immunodiffusion. results: we observed important reduction of all immune cells, increase of igg and normal levels of igm, iga, c3 and c4 at preoperative. cd4/cd8 relation was normal. six months after esophagogastric devascularization procedure with splenectomy, significant increase in t-lymphocytes, cd4, cd8 and b-lymphocytes were observed. cd4/cd8 relation remained normal. we noted significant increase in c3. iga, igm, igg and c4 had increased, but without significant difference. conclusion: esophagogastric devascularization procedure with splenectomy determines an increase in t and b-lymphocytes, cd4 and cd8 subpopulations without compromising immunoglobulins and components of complement levels.
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