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Novos registros de Ephemerelloidea (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) para o estado de S?o Paulo
Dias, Lucimar Gomes;Salles, Frederico Falc?o;Polegatto, Cleber Macedo;Silva, Rodolfo Mariano;Froehlich, Claudio Gilberto;
Biota Neotropica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-06032007000300004
Abstract: four new records of ephemerelloidea for s?o paulo state, leptohyphes cornutus allen, leptohyphes plaumanni allen, tricorythodes bullus allen, and traverhyphes (traverhyphes) indicator (needham & murphy) are presented. the latter species constitutes a new record for brazil. in addition of the new records, the distribution of the following species are expanded: leptohyphodes inanis ulmer, traverhyphes (mocoihyphes) edmundsi (allen), and traverhyphes (mocoihyphes) yuati molineri.
O ensino da cirurgia: a necessidade de uma vis?o humanística
Soares Júnior, Cleber;Gomes, Carlos Augusto;Soares, Fernanda Pardo de Toledo Piza;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912010000300013
Abstract: the fragments and compartments of medical knowledge are not the only causes of difficulty found to form surgeons. the abandon of medical education associated with human science (social science) has formed professionals that understand biological science but don't understand life science. the distance from individual and cultural everyday reality enables one to not understand uniqueness and differences of each human being. surgeons frequently have been described as someone endowed with bad qualities which actually just represent a tough and daring aspect. in other words, you don't need to be gifted to operate. all you need is effort, hard work and determination. education built with problems produces a critical knowledge that makes an individual intervene in reality that physicians lives in a transformer, conscious and objective way. the critical and humanistic construction of knowledge will only be possible if teaching includes historical and socio-cultural characteristics and not only bio-centric and hospital-centric ones.
Squamous cell carcinoma arising from chronic lymphedema: case report and review of the literature
Gomes, Carlos Augusto;Magalh?es, Camila Beatriz Silva;Soares Junior, Cleber;Peixoto, Rodrigo de Oliveira;
Sao Paulo Medical Journal , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-31802010000100009
Abstract: context: squamous cell carcinoma arising from chronic lymphedema has only been reported in the literature 11 times (12 cases). some aspects of its pathogenesis remain unclear and, for the first time, attention has been drawn to epidemiological data. case report: a 90-year-old white female with chronic unilateral lower-limb lymphedema, secondary to trauma 20 years earlier, presented with a three-month history of a vegetating cutaneous lesion. there had not been any previous local ulceration. the tumor was completely excised and the histopathological analysis showed that it was an infiltrating squamous cell carcinoma. a literature review in the medline (medical literature analysis and retrieval system online) and lilacs (literatura latino-americana e do caribe em ciências da saúde) databases using the mesh (medical subject heading) terms "carcinoma, squamous cell" and "lymphedema" identified 112 references and found 12 similar case reports.
Colangite como uma manifesta o clínica atípica de linfoma pancreático: relato de caso Cholangitis as an unusual clinical presentation of pancreatic lymphoma: case report
Cleber Soares-Junior,Carlos Augusto Gomes,Rodrigo de Oliveira Peixoto,Luciano Augusto Juste
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-67202010000400018
Uso de adesivos teciduais em cirurgia digestiva
Soares-Júnior, Cleber;Gomes, Camila Couto;Peixoto, Rodrigo de Oliveira;Gomes, Carlos Augusto;Souza, Claudio de;
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-67202010000300011
Abstract: background: despite refinements in the field of gastrointestinal surgery, anastomotic leakage still remains a serious problem associated with substantial morbidity and mortality and is the fearest life threatening complication in digestive surgery. to prevent or reduce these complications, a diversity of line reinforcement techniques have been investigated and several adjunctive measures have been developed. aim: to review the data associated with the application of adhesives in digestive surgery procedures. method: review of papers available at medline/pubmed database using the follow headings: adhesive, gastrointestinal tract, surgical anastomosis, fistula. it was chosen recent articles on the subject which showed adhesives as strategy to reduce morbidity and mortality related to digestive surgery. conclusion: tissue adhesives appears to be safe in the clinical setting and are been used with increasing frequency in a variety of surgical field for its unique hemostatic and adhesive abilities, gaining increasing acceptance among surgeons. studies suggest that surgical adhesive can be useful to reinforce and improve intestinal anastomotic healing, increase anastomotic bursting pressures and tensile strength. the potentially harmful tissue effects of the preparations might compromise the use of these substances. because of the heterogeneity and lack of high level evidence, new studies have to be performed.
Spleen-preserving distal pancreatectomy in the management of solid papillary-cystic tumor of the pancreas: case report and literature review
Soares-Junior, Cleber;Gomes, Carlos Augusto;Peixoto, Rodrigo de Oliveira;Gomes, Camila Couto;Juste, Luciano Augusto;
ABCD. Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva (S?o Paulo) , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-67202010000300015
Abstract: background: solid papillary-cystic pancreatic tumors have been recognized as a distinct neoplastic disease, whose incidence has increased in recent years with advancements in imaging technology. case report: woman 17-year-old consulted with a symptomatic giant homogeneous solid-cystic mass in the pancreatic tail, undergone a spleen preserving distal pancreatectomy, with excision of the splenic vessels. histopathology revealed epithelium-lined pseudopapillary protrusions, without malignant change. the patient's postoperative course was uneventful. conclusion: solid papillary-cystic pancreatic tumor has uncommon incidence and silent presentation, a high degree of suspicion on the part of the surgeon is warranted. in early diagnosis, complete resection is curative. the spleen should be preserved, if feasible.
Ganho de peso e características da carca?a de cordeiros terminados em pastagem natural suplementada, pastagem cultivada de azevém (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) e confinamento
Tonetto, Cleber José;Pires, Cleber Cassol;Müller, Liziany;Rocha, Marta Gomes da;Silva, José Henrique Souza da;Cardoso, Adriano Ramos;Peres Neto, Diego;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982004000100026
Abstract: the objective of this study was to evaluate the performance and carcass characteristics of lambs under three feeding systems. sixteen lambs, 24 hours after birth, and their mothers were randomly assigned to three treatments: nsp: natural supplemented pasture; rp: ryegrass pasture (lolium multiflorum lam.) and con: confinement. average daily gain of 0.404 kg of rp lambs was higher than the other treatments, whereas nsp animals showed higher gain (0.325 kg/day) than con animals (0.213 kg/day). the lambs were slaughtered when reached, approximately, 31 kg. the carcass hot weight of nsp animals (15.7 kg) was similar to the rp animals (16.8 kg) and higher than the confinement ones (14.3 kg). nsp, rp and con animals showed similar results to the cooling index, with values of 2.3 , 2.1 and 2.5%, respectively. hot carcass yield of nsp (50.2%) and rp (53.7%) animals were similar, however those values were higher than those of con carcass yield (45.9). carcass compactness showed no difference between nsp and rp, with values of 0.287 and 0.307, respectively, however, these values were higher than the con animals (0.253). the carcass of nsp and con animals did not differ in relation to the fat thickness, with values of 1.6 and 1.0 mm, respectively. these values were lower than the ones obtained from rp (3.3 mm). average daily gain over 0.4 kg/day and hot carcass yield over 52% can be obtained in lambs fed with their mothers in ryegrass pasture, with slaughter weight round 31kg.
Rendimentos de cortes da carca?a, características da carne e componentes do peso vivo em cordeiros terminados em três sistemas de alimenta??o
Tonetto, Cleber José;Pires, Cleber Cassol;Müller, Liziany;Rocha, Marta Gomes da;Silva, José Henrique Souza da;Frescura, Rafael Batista Medeiros;Kippert, Carlos Júnior;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982004000100027
Abstract: this study was carried outto evaluate the carcass physical composition, meat characteristics and the component conditions, non carcass live weight of lambs finished in different feeding systems. sixteen lambs (texel x ile de france) were used and ramdomly allotted with their mothers, 24 hours after their birth, to three treatments: nsp - natural supplemented pasture, rp - ryegrass pasture (lolium multiflorum lam.) and con - confinement. in relation to the cold carcass, there was no difference to the neck percentage among nsp, rp and con, with values of 9.26, 9.20 and 9.30% respectively. the animals of nsp (33.68%) and con (33.41%) showed similar and higher values than the rp (31.35%). the softness measured in the loin portion from the 9th to 11th ribs, by means of warner blatzler-shear equipment, was of 8.6 for the confined animals, and this value was higher than those of nsp and rp animals (5.7 and 5.3, respectively). there were no treatment effectsfor the softness through the panel, tastiness and succulence. the skin percentage of rp animals (11.91) was higher than the percentage of nsp and con animals (10.20 and 9.33%, respectively). values of gastric content percentage were higher for con animal s (13.62%)in relation to nsp animals (7.90%), and those ones higher than the rp animals (4.75%). the panel, as a method to determine tastiness, succulence and softness did not show difference in the lambs meat fed in natural supplemented pasture, ryegrass pasture and confinement.
Host-induced morphological changes of Schistosoma mansoni Sambon, 1907 male worms
Machado-Silva, José Roberto;Galv?o, Cleber;Presgrave, Octavio Augusto Fran?a;Rey, Luis;Gomes, Delir Corrêa;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1994, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761994000300021
Abstract: in order to evaluate the permissiveness of nectomys squamipes to schistosoma mansoni and the influence of the albino mice on the morphological aspects of adult worms derived from a population isolated from n. squamipes, the morphology of adult s. mansoni sambon, 1907 male worms was studied using a digital image analyser (mop videoplan) and light microscopy. their sources were as follows: (1) recovered from the wild rodent n. squamipes brants naturally infected from sumidouro, rj, brazil; (2) recovered from albino mice experimentally infected with the strain derived from n. squamipes; (3) recovered after the isolation of a strain derived from aboriginal human infections in sumidouro. worms recovered from n. squamipes (group 1) showed body lenght and distance between suckers significantly bigger than those of the specimens maintained in mice (groups 2 and 3). the number of tests in group 1 was statistically less than of groups 2 and 3. group 2 strains which were maintained in mice, presented the lenght of the worms as the only significant different character. data show that: (1) n. squamipes is a more suitable host for the development of s. mansoni when compared to the albino mice; (2) a strain of s. mansoni isolated from a natural host undergoes morphological changes after its passage in the white mouse.
Sistemas de alimenta??o na produ??o de cordeiros para abate aos 28 kg
Frescura, Rafael Batista Medeiros;Pires, Cleber Cassol;Rocha, Marta Gomes da;Silva, José Henrique Souza da;Müller, Liziany;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982005000400023
Abstract: the objective of this trial was to study the performance of ewes and lambs as well as the characteristics of carcass of lambs in different feeding systems. eighteen lambs, 24 hours after birth, were randomly assigned with their mothers to one of the following treatments: rp - ryegrass (lolium multiflorum) pasture; fncp - feedlot with no creep feeding; and fcp - feedlot with creep feeding. the ryegrass pasture was managed in order to not limit the dry matter intake of the grazing animals with an average supply of 12 kg of dry matter per 100 kg of live weight. animals on fncp treatment received a diet containing 50% of sorghum silage + 50% of concentrate [11.5% crude protein (cp) and 64.4% of total digestible nutrients (tdn). animals on fcp treatment received a diet containing 50% of sorghum silage + 25% of concentrate (8.2% cp and 60.6% tdn) and after they reached 21 days of age were fed an amount of concentrate (18% cp and 70% tdn) equal to 3% of the live weight. average daily weight gains of 300 g/day and hot carcass yield greater than 51% were obtained by nursing lambs on either ryegrass pasture or feedlots. data from the present trial showed no significant differences among treatments in production and carcass characteristics of lambs slaughtered with 28 kg of live weight.
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