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Umbilical metastasis of unknown primary presenting as umbilical hernia: a case report
Ibrahim W Adamu, Noubar Kevorkian, Genato Romulo, et al
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine International , 2010, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/PLMI.S13467
Abstract: ilical metastasis of unknown primary presenting as umbilical hernia: a case report Case report (3189) Total Article Views Authors: Ibrahim W Adamu, Noubar Kevorkian, Genato Romulo, et al Published Date November 2010 Volume 2010:2 Pages 127 - 129 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/PLMI.S13467 Ibrahim W Adamu1, Noubar Kevorkian1, Genato Romulo1, Stephen S Carryl1, Armand Asarian1, Philip Q Xiao2 1Department of Surgery, 2Department of Pathology, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY, USA Abstract: Umbilical metastasis is well known to be a late stage of malignancy and is associated with a poor prognosis. The majority of such cases are associated with primary gastrointestinal and gynecologic malignancies, and fewer cases are noted to derive from the thoracic cavity and the urinary tract. In this report, we describe a rare case of metastasis that presented as incarcerated umbilical hernia with no primary sites found. Extensive work-up, including tumor markers, imaging studies, endoscopies, and immunohistochemical analysis, failed to identify the primary source of this malignancy; this was a rare case of Sister Mary Joseph’s nodule with unknown primary. Therefore, it is very important for a surgeon to consider metastasis among the differential diagnosis of umbilical hernia.
Umbilical metastasis of unknown primary presenting as umbilical hernia: a case report
Ibrahim W Adamu,Noubar Kevorkian,Genato Romulo,et al
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine International , 2010,
Abstract: Ibrahim W Adamu1, Noubar Kevorkian1, Genato Romulo1, Stephen S Carryl1, Armand Asarian1, Philip Q Xiao21Department of Surgery, 2Department of Pathology, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY, USAAbstract: Umbilical metastasis is well known to be a late stage of malignancy and is associated with a poor prognosis. The majority of such cases are associated with primary gastrointestinal and gynecologic malignancies, and fewer cases are noted to derive from the thoracic cavity and the urinary tract. In this report, we describe a rare case of metastasis that presented as incarcerated umbilical hernia with no primary sites found. Extensive work-up, including tumor markers, imaging studies, endoscopies, and immunohistochemical analysis, failed to identify the primary source of this malignancy; this was a rare case of Sister Mary Joseph’s nodule with unknown primary. Therefore, it is very important for a surgeon to consider metastasis among the differential diagnosis of umbilical hernia.Keywords: umbilical metastasis, Sister Mary Joseph’s Nodule, hernia
The Hazards of Misusing the Smart Contract: An AHP Approach to Its Risk  [PDF]
Romulo Luciano
Journal of Information Security (JIS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jis.2019.101002
Abstract: This article explores four critical groups of systematic risk embedded in smart contract employment using the analytic hierarchy process (AHP). The four principal risk analysis groups include: 1) transparency in the light of corporate governance 2) IT security 3) contract management automation and 4) legality. The AHP assists both decision-makers and stakeholders alike in the evaluation process essential for identifying potential technological constraints posed within a permissioned blockchain environment using peer-to-peer format in the absence of digital currency. Based upon critical assessment, the AHP methodology enables pairwise comparisons among different features and consequently increases the knowledge regarding these attributes in light of the software’s risk assessment.
Efecto del árbol madre sobre la rizogénesis de Nothofagus alessandrii
SANTELICES,ROMULO;
Bosque (Valdivia) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92002005000300015
Abstract: the effect of parent tree on the rooting capacity of stem cuttings of nothofagus alessandrii espinosa was studied. stem cuttings were collected from 20 trees of four years old on november 2002. the trial was carried out in a plastic covered greenhouse located in the forest nursery of the universidad catolica del maule in talca. in the same nursery the parent tree were also cultivated. cuttings were treated with indolebutyric acid (0.5%). the greenhouse was equipped with a mist system and bottom heating that maintained a constant temperature around of 21°c at the base of the stem cuttings. the substrate used was germ free sawdust of pinus radiata d. don. each trial was kept under observation for 3 months. results indicate that there is a strong influence of the parent tree on the rooting capacity of n. alessandrii. for each parent tree, the rooting capacity oscillated from 0 to 100%, with an average of 2.6 roots of 5.8 cm length.
Desarrollo de una plantación de Eucalyptus globulus establecida en primavera con diferentes tratamientos de riego
SANTELICES,ROMULO;
Bosque (Valdivia) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92002005000300012
Abstract: the effect of irrigation on the development of a eucalyptus globulus labill plantation in spring was evaluated. the influence of irrigating at the time of plantation with two and three liters of water and again during the critical period with zero to two liters of water was analyzed using a 2*2 factorial design. the study was carried out in the coastal zone of central chile. the seedlings were planted during the spring of 1993 (october). during this period the soil temperature reached 13.5oc at 10 cm depth. the critical period was defined as the time of highest aridity levels (january). two months prior to planting a furrow 5 cm deep and 60 cm wide was made over the plantation row with an animal drawn plough to control weeds. the seedlings used were 1/0, produced in containers with an average root collar diameter of 0.14 cm and an average height of 12 cm. before planting, a hydrogel was incorporated into the soil in a water based solution at a rate of 1 gram per plant. the seedlings were also fertilized with n, p and k, and a mulch was placed around every seedling. the results obtained after one rotation indicate plants should be irrigated with two liters of water at the time of planting. average seedling survival after 8 years was 70%. mean tree size was 16.2 cm for diameter (dbh) and 19.7 m in height, with a 28 m3ha-1 per year increase in volume.
Efecto del árbol madre sobre la rizogénesis de Nothofagus alessandrii Parental tree effects on rhizogenesis in Nothofagus alessandrii
ROMULO SANTELICES
Bosque (Valdivia) , 2005,
Abstract: Se estudió el efecto que tiene el árbol madre en el arraigamiento de estacas de tallo de Nothofagus alessandrii Espinosa. La cosecha se efectuó en 20 árboles de cuatro a os de edad en el mes de noviembre de 2002. El ensayo se llevó a cabo en un invernadero cubierto por polietileno en el vivero de la Universidad Católica del Maule, ubicado en la ciudad de Talca, lugar donde también se cultivaron los árboles madre. Las estacas fueron tratadas con ácido indolbutírico al 0,5%. Se contó con un sistema de riego automatizado y con camas calientes de arraigamiento que permitieron mantener en la base de las estacas una temperatura alrededor de los 21°C. El substrato empleado consistió en aserrín de Pinus radiata D. Don, el que fue previamente hervido en agua durante al menos una hora para así eliminar eventuales toxinas y hongos. El ensayo se mantuvo en observación por un lapso de tres meses. Los resultados indican que hay una fuerte influencia del árbol madre de donde son cosechadas las estacas en el enraizamiento de N. alessandrii. El enraizamiento de cada árbol madre varió de 0 a 100%, con un promedio de 2,6 raíces de 5,8 cm de longitud por estaca. The effect of parent tree on the rooting capacity of stem cuttings of Nothofagus alessandrii Espinosa was studied. Stem cuttings were collected from 20 trees of four years old on November 2002. The trial was carried out in a plastic covered greenhouse located in the forest nursery of the Universidad Catolica del Maule in Talca. In the same nursery the parent tree were also cultivated. Cuttings were treated with indolebutyric acid (0.5%). The greenhouse was equipped with a mist system and bottom heating that maintained a constant temperature around of 21°C at the base of the stem cuttings. The substrate used was germ free sawdust of Pinus radiata D. Don. Each trial was kept under observation for 3 months. Results indicate that there is a strong influence of the parent tree on the rooting capacity of N. alessandrii. For each parent tree, the rooting capacity oscillated from 0 to 100%, with an average of 2.6 roots of 5.8 cm length.
Desarrollo de una plantación de Eucalyptus globulus establecida en primavera con diferentes tratamientos de riego Development of a Eucalyptus globulus plantation established in spring using different irrigation treatments
ROMULO SANTELICES
Bosque (Valdivia) , 2005,
Abstract: Se evalúa el efecto que tiene el riego en el desarrollo de una plantación de Eucalyptus globulus Labill realizada en primavera. Por medio de un experimento factorial 2*2, se analizaron dos dosis al momento de efectuar la plantación (2 y 3 litros por planta) y otras dos en un período considerado crítico (0 y 2 litros por planta). El ensayo se realizó en la zona costera de la Séptima Región de Chile. La plantación se efectuó en la primavera de 1993 (octubre), cuando el suelo tenía una temperatura del orden de 13,5oC. Se consideró como período crítico el mes con mayor índice de aridez (enero). Dos meses antes de efectuar la plantación se realizó un surco de 5 cm de profundidad en el suelo, por medio de un arado tirado por bueyes, pudiéndose con ello controlar la aparición de malezas. Las plantas utilizadas tenían un a o de edad, fueron producidas en macetas y en promedio tenían 0,14 cm de diámetro de cuello y 12 cm de altura. Previo a la plantación, se incorporó al suelo 1 g por planta de un hidrocapturador que fue mezclado con agua. Se efectuó, además, una fertilización de apoyo y se colocó un mulch alrededor de cada planta. Se recomienda regar este tipo de plantaciones con dos litros de agua al momento de efectuarlas. Después de ocho a os, la sobrevivencia media alcanzada fue de un 70%. Los crecimientos medios registrados fueron de 16,2 cm en DAP, 19,7 m en altura y 28 m3ha-1 por a o. The effect of irrigation on the development of a Eucalyptus globulus Labill plantation in spring was evaluated. The influence of irrigating at the time of plantation with two and three liters of water and again during the critical period with zero to two liters of water was analyzed using a 2*2 factorial design. The study was carried out in the coastal zone of central Chile. The seedlings were planted during the Spring of 1993 (October). During this period the soil temperature reached 13.5oC at 10 cm depth. The critical period was defined as the time of highest aridity levels (January). Two months prior to planting a furrow 5 cm deep and 60 cm wide was made over the plantation row with an animal drawn plough to control weeds. The seedlings used were 1/0, produced in containers with an average root collar diameter of 0.14 cm and an average height of 12 cm. Before planting, a hydrogel was incorporated into the soil in a water based solution at a rate of 1 gram per plant. The seedlings were also fertilized with N, P and K, and a mulch was placed around every seedling. The results obtained after one rotation indicate plants should be irrigated with two liters of water at the ti
On Scaling Functionality in Urban Form
Romulo Krafta
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: Assuming that the ultimate purpose of the city is to provide support to human interaction and that opportunities to that social interaction are unevenly distributed across the urban fabric, this paper reports some attempts to describe such a distribution, as well as to infer the role of urban form in it. In order to do that, it is proposed, firstly, a method to describe urban form from its smallest components up to the different urban fabric patches, to the entire spatial system, and second, a model to represent social interaction as a process associated to the urban morphology. Both the spatial description and the analytical model are discussed through the examination of some results, obtained through simulation.
Avalia??o das libera??es inoculativas do parasitóide exótico Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Ashmead)(Hymenoptera: Braconidae) em pomar diversificado em Concei??o do Almeida, BA
Carvalho, Romulo da S.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2005000500012
Abstract: the introduction of exotic species aiming at the biological control of established pests rises concern on its efficiency and also on its impact on native species. pre-release evaluation of the parasitoid complex is important because the releases initiate a continuous and irreversible colonization process. surveys of native fruit fly parasitoids were conducted in the region of the rec?ncavo baiano, in concei??o do almeida, ba, brazil. surveys were undertaken before and after the release of the exotic braconid diachasmimorpha longicaudata (ashmead). pre-release survey showed that the following species were present in the study area: doryctobracon areolatus (szépligeti), utetes anastrephae (viereck), opius spp., asobara anastrephae (muesebeck) and aganaspis pelleranoi (brèthes). following d. longicaudata releases, the same species were obtained. despite of interspecific competition for oviposition sites, no biodiversity losses were observed. notwithstanding, an alteration in the relative frequencies of native species was observed. the exotic parasitoid was recovered from infested fruits of carambola, guava and spondia sp. 17 months after the releases ceased. nevertheless, in 2004 and 2005, no individuals of d. longicaudata were recovered from infested fruit samples collected in the same locality of release.
Diapause in fruit fly parasitoids in the Rec?ncavo Baiano, Brazil
Carvalho, Romulo da S.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2005000400012
Abstract: diapause has been poorly investigated in tephritid fruit flies and in associated parasitoids in tropical regions. in this work, diapause in larval-pupal parasitoids of fruit flies is reported for the region of the reconcavo baiano, brazil. diapause was recorded for individuals of four native species [doryctobracon areolatus (szépligeti), utetes anastrephae (viereck), opius sp. (hymenoptera: braconidae), aganaspis pelleranoi (brethes) (hymenoptera: figitidae)] and of one exotic braconid [diachasmimorpha longicaudata ashmead]. diapausing parasitoids were obtained from fruit fly puparia in fruits collected between november 1998 and april 2000. in all, 1.4% of individuals underwent diapause, being d. areolatus the most frequent. the development time for this species ranged from 82 to 414 days. in puparia obtained from guava and hog plum, only d. areolatus and a. pelleranoi went through diapause. in guava, total development time for a. pelleranoi varied from 222 to 263 days and for d. areolatus from 82 to 170 days. in hog plum, d. areolatus emerged after a period of 157 to 327 days. brazilian cherry was the species with highest number of diapausing parasitoid species, being d. areolatus the most abundant and emerging at 82-414 days after fruit collection. u. anastrephae (277 days), opius sp. (243 days), d. longicaudata (294 days) and a. pelleranoi (270 and 305 days) were also observed. in carambola, d. areolatus adults emerged 150 and 190 days after fruit collection and d. longicaudata between 164 and 216 days. in water apple d. areolatus emerged between 181 and 314 days and 269 days in mango.
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