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Secondary Syphilis in Man: Prozone Effect  [PDF]
Nayrton Kalys Cruz dos Anjos, Daniel Almeida da Costa, Thiago Sande Miguel, Livia Cristina de Melo Pino, Sebasti?o Célio Horta Coelho Filho, Débora Trindade Martins, Vinicius Sande Miguel, Bruna Sande Miguel, Fernando Antnio Galvo Pereira Junior, Vinicius Moreira Paladino
Journal of Biosciences and Medicines (JBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbm.2018.62001
Abstract: Introduction: Syphilis consists in a systemic infect contagious pathology with a chronic character. The etiological agent consists of an anaerobic spirochete bacterium, Treponema pallidum. Laboratory diagnosis can be made through a direct investigation of the etiologic agent or non-treponemal (VDRL) and treponemal (FTA-Abs) serological tests. False-negative results are rare. Objectives: The present report presents a rare case of a man with a secondary syphilis syndrome who was initially undiagnosed due to the prozone effect, since he presented VDRL in low titers, and was later confirmed with a new diluted serum sample and VDRL and FTA-Abs, which were positive. Conclusion: A close look should be given to patients who, although the clinical condition is compatible, complementary exams may not be, and clinical cases should be carefully evaluated so that the patient is not treated late.
Mesenteric Adenitis as a Differential Appendicitis Diagnosis: Case Report  [PDF]
Vinícius Moreira Paladino, Thiago Sande Miguel, Bruna Sande Miguel, Marcia Machado Galvo Pereira, Fernando Antonio Galvo Pereira Junior, Carolina Galvo Teixeira, Caroline Guida Babinski, Naryrton Kalys Cruz dos Anjos, Daniel Almeida da Costa, Débora Trindade Martins, Bruno Fonseca dos Santos
Journal of Biosciences and Medicines (JBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbm.2018.63003
Abstract: Mesenteric adenitis consists of an important differential diagnosis of potentially serious diseases such as acute appendicitis, since they manifest themselves with a similar clinical picture. Case report: A 17-year-old male patient presented with periumbilical abdominal pain for 2 days, of abrupt onset and moderate intensity, who gave away with a common analgesic, which progressed to the right iliac fossa (RIF) and increased of intensity. He also reported liquid diarrhea, with several episodes a day, without mucus and/or blood, 38°C fever, anorexia and vomiting. He was hospitalized for investigating a possible diagnostic of Acute Appendicitis. In the exams, it was considered mesenteric adenitis, and antibiotic therapy was prescribed. The patient had complete improvement at the end of treatment. Conclusions: Given its importance as a differential diagnosis of numerous pathologies, as well as controversial before the therapeutic and diagnostic conduct, it is essential to report these cases in order to elucidate the specificities of this disease.
Splenectomy in Patient with Splendid Cysts  [PDF]
Vinícius Moreira Paladino, Thiago Sande Miguel, Débora Trindade Martins, Nayrton Kalys Cruz dos Anjos, Fernando Antonio Galvo Pereira Junior, Marcia Machado Galvo Pereira, Carolina Galvo Teixeira, Vinicius Sande Miguel, Bruna Sande Miguel, Daniel Almeida da Costa
Journal of Biosciences and Medicines (JBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbm.2018.65013
Abstract: Introduction: Splenic cysts are uncommon and usually do not generate signs and symptoms, being diagnosed by incidental findings. Case report: A 35-year-old, female patient attended the Luiz Gioseffi Jannuzzi School Hospital (HELGJ) presenting episodes of vomiting and abdominal pain in the left hypochondrium. She was hospitalized for diagnostic investigation. Computed tomography showed the splenic cyst. The procedure was the surgical approach by laparotomy with splenectomy. Histopathological confirmed the diagnosis. Discussion: Compared to the scarce reports in literature, the case described presented typical epidemiology and clinical features. Conclusions: Given the rarity of this pathology cases, it is essential to report these in order to elucidate the specificities and also to discuss diagnostic and therapeutic methods.
Caracteriza??o e dinamica de coloniza??o de Cladosporium cladosporioides (Fresen.) de vries em frutos do cafeeiro (Coffea arabica L.)
Pereira, Ricardo Tadeu Galvo;Pfenning, Ludwig Heinrich;Castro, Hilário Antnio de;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542005000600002
Abstract: the natural occurrence of fungi in coffee fruits is considered an important factor influencing the quality of coffee. the negative effect of some aspergillus species in coffee, which can also affect safety of the product, is well known. otherwise, there are reports describing the positive influence of fungi in coffee quality, but they are limited to the occurrence of cladosporium sp. in fruits, and its correlation with a product of good quality. indeed, the exact information about the species involved and dynamics of colonization are not available. the objective of this work was to identify and characterize the species of cladosporium, detected in coffee fruits, and study the dynamics of colonization of the fruits during the maturation process. the species found on coffee fruits was identified as cladosporium cladosporioides (fresen.) de vries. and the dynamics of colonization showed the typical pattern of a saprophytic fungus, with its highest incidence when the fruits were in complete maturation stage.
Technique of blind tracheal intubation in rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculi) supported by previous maneuver of esophageal cannulization
Falc?o, Suyiene Cordeiro;Pereira Junior, Júlio Rodrigues;Coelho, Antnio Roberto de Barros;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502011000500005
Abstract: purpose: to describe and evaluate a modified technique of blind orotraqueal intubation in rabbits, by supporting of previous cannulization of the esophagus. methods: twelve new zealand rabbits, weighing between 2,780 a 4,140 kg were anesthetized with xilazine (3mg/kg) and ketamine (20mg/kg). the animals were positioned in ventral decubitus with the head hyperextend. with one of the hands the anesthetist with the index and thumb fingers positioned in the labial fissures carry on the opening of animal oral cavity. the esophagus was previously cannulized with a tube # 3.5 (3.5mm id), obstructing its lumen. the trachea lumen was intubated with a probe # 2.5 (2.5mm id). the positioning of the probe was confirmed through the oscillatory movement of a gauze filament put at outside extremity of tube, resulting from the inspiratory and expiratory flow. results: the success index was of 100%. conclusions: this technique is of easy execution, high success index, sparing the use of several devices for visualization of the larynx and glottis. no complications were observed. it also serves for short period training of human resources.
Oral Verrucous Carcinoma Mimicking a Chronic Candidiasis: A Case Report
Natália Galv o Garcia,Denise Tostes Oliveira,Jo o Adolfo Costa Hanemann,Alessandro Ant nio Costa Pereira
Case Reports in Oncological Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/190272
Abstract: Verrucous carcinoma has a special propensity to mimic benign lesions of the oral cavity. A case of the oral verrucous carcinoma in maxillary alveolar ridge, extending to buccal vestibule, cheek, and labial mucosa, which was diagnosed and initially treated as chronic candidiasis, is presented. Clinical, histopathological, and therapeutic considerations related to diagnosis of the verrucous carcinoma in the oral cavity are discussed.
Oral Verrucous Carcinoma Mimicking a Chronic Candidiasis: A Case Report
Natália Galvo Garcia,Denise Tostes Oliveira,Jo?o Adolfo Costa Hanemann,Alessandro Antnio Costa Pereira
Case Reports in Oncological Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/190272
Abstract: Verrucous carcinoma has a special propensity to mimic benign lesions of the oral cavity. A case of the oral verrucous carcinoma in maxillary alveolar ridge, extending to buccal vestibule, cheek, and labial mucosa, which was diagnosed and initially treated as chronic candidiasis, is presented. Clinical, histopathological, and therapeutic considerations related to diagnosis of the verrucous carcinoma in the oral cavity are discussed. 1. Introduction The verrucous carcinoma, a low-grade variant of squamous cell carcinoma, has been reported in the head and neck area, with predilection by oral cavity and larynx [1–4]. The clinical outcome of verrucous carcinoma often shows a local invasive pattern without any distant metastases and excellent prognosis [5–7]. The establishment of clinical or histopathological diagnosis of verrucous carcinoma in the oral cavity may be difficult to interpret. This difficulty has been attributed to the indolence of this tumor’s grow, its benign histologic features, and the lack of awareness by the pathologist of the tumor’s gross appearance [1, 4]. We present the case of a patient with oral verrucous carcinoma in maxillary alveolar ridge, which was diagnosed and initially treated as chronic candidiasis. Clinical, histopathological, and therapeutic considerations related to diagnosis of the verrucous carcinoma in the oral cavity are discussed. 2. Report of a Case A 67-year-old female was referred for evaluation of verrucous white lesion in the oral cavity. There was no history of tobacco or alcohol consumption. According to the patient, the lesion was present for approximately 24 months and it had a slow growing in the last six months. She had been submitted to an incisional biopsy whose diagnosis was of chronic candidiasis. As a result, antifungal therapy (Fluconazol 150?mg/week) was provided during six months without any remission of the lesion. Clinical examination revealed the presence of a wide verrucous white lesion in the molars region of the maxillary alveolar ridge, extending to buccal vestibule, cheek, and labial mucosa (Figure 1). The submandibular lymph nodes were clinically normal. Figure 1: Verrucous white lesion in the right maxillary alveolar ridge, extending to buccal vestibule and cheek. Radiographs examination showed no infiltration of the maxillary bone. The differential diagnosis included verrucous leukoplakia, verrucous carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. Then, two incisional biopsies were performed in different areas of the lesion and submitted to histopathological analysis. Microscopic features showed
Bisphosphonates-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw: pharmacology and clinical procedures.
Candice Belchior Duplat,Denis Dami?o Costa,Antnio Fernando Pereira Falc?o
Revista Saúde.Com , 2012,
Abstract: Osteonecrosis of the jaw is a consequent condition of a variety of local and systemic factors that compromises the bone blood flow. Bisphosphonates are a class of compounds widely used for the treatment of disorders of bone metabolism, such as bone metastasis and osteoporosis. Bisphosphonates-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw is a new complication, published for the first time at 2003, and can be defined as an unexpected necrosis development on the oral cavity in patients who received bisphosphonates and were not being treated with head and neck radiotherapy. Radiographies show radiolucent zones or sclerotic bone and, in some cases, show areas with delayed or absent bone remodeling after extraction, remain the socket cavity. The treatment can be done in accordance with the condition stage, since management of 0,12% chlorhexidine and antibiotics until laser utilization, hyperbaric oxygen, surgical debridement and resection. It is important to promote more communication between physicians and dentists to guarantee dental attention during the bisphosphonate administration, establishing oral health and preventing complications, such as osteonecrosis induced by this medication.
Paraganglioma carotídeo bilateral
Galvo Jr., Antnio R.;Sartini, André L.;Machado, Márcia C.;Mattioli, Fernando M.;Ribas, Marcelo H.;Fava, Antnio S.;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992004000400023
Abstract: carotid body paragangliomas are uncommon lesions although in the head and neck region, these lesions are the most frequent ones. bilateral lesions are rare. the authors present a case of bilateral paraganglioma, its clinical aspects, diagnosis and treatment.
III Diretrizes para Tuberculose da Sociedade Brasileira de Pneumologia e Tisiologia
Conde, Marcus Barreto;Melo, Fernando Augusto Fiuza de;Marques, Ana Maria Campos;Cardoso, Ninarosa Calzavara;Pinheiro, Valeria Goes Ferreira;Dalcin, Paulo de Tarso Roth;Machado Junior, Almério;Lemos, Antonio Carlos Moreira;Netto, Antnio Ruffino;Durovni, Betina;Sant'Anna, Clemax Couto;Lima, Dinalva;Capone, Domenico;Barreira, Draurio;Matos, Eliana Dias;Mello, Fernanda Carvalho de Queiroz;David, Fernando Cezar;Marsico, Giovanni;Afiune, Jorge Barros;Silva, José Roberto Lapa e;Jamal, Leda Fátima;Telles, Maria Alice da Silva;Hirata, Mário Hiroyuki;Rabahi, Marcelo Fouad;Cailleaux-Cesar, Michelle;Palaci, Moises;Morrone, Nelson;Guerra, Renata Leborato;Dietze, Reynaldo;Miranda, Silvana Spíndola de;Cavalcante, Solange Cesar;Nogueira, Susie Andries;Nonato, Tatiana Senna Galvo;Martire, Terezinha;Galesi, Vera Maria Nader;Dettoni, Valdério do Valle;
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-37132009001000011
Abstract: new scientific articles about tuberculosis (tb) are published daily worldwide. however, it is difficult for health care workers, overloaded with work, to stay abreast of the latest research findings and to discern which information can and should be used in their daily practice on assisting tb patients. the purpose of the iii brazilian thoracic association (bta) guidelines on tb is to critically review the most recent national and international scientific information on tb, presenting an updated text with the most current and useful tools against tb to health care workers in our country. the iii bta guidelines on tb have been developed by the bta committee on tb and the tb work group, based on the text of the ii bta guidelines on tb (2004). we reviewed the following databases: lilacs (scielo) and pubmed (medline). the level of evidence of the cited articles was determined, and 24 recommendations on tb have been evaluated, discussed by all of the members of the bta committee on tb and of the tb work group, and highlighted. the first version of the present guidelines was posted on the bta website and was available for public consultation for three weeks. comments and critiques were evaluated. the level of scientific evidence of each reference was evaluated before its acceptance for use in the final text.
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