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Tratamiento de osteogénesis imperfecta con bisfosfonatos
Tau,Cristina;
Medicina (Buenos Aires) , 2007,
Abstract: treatment with bisphosphonates (bp) improves the quality of life of patients with osteogenesis imperfecta (oi). beneficial effects are the relief of bone pain, a reduction of fracture incidence, improvement of corporal mobility and recovery of normal vertebral form. treatment is less effective after completion of growth is here. an update of the literature is here presented. a number of important unsolved questions have been pointed out: for how long should treatment be instituted? is the oral route as effective as the intravenous one? which is the best dose? when treatment should be stopped? how well preserved is the longterm integrity of the bones? which are the phenomena occurring in bone tissue after interruption of therapy?.
Tratamiento de osteogénesis imperfecta con bisfosfonatos Treatment of osteogenesis imperfecta with bisphosphonates
Cristina Tau
Medicina (Buenos Aires) , 2007,
Abstract: El tratamiento con bisfosfonatos (BP), ha mejorado la calidad de vida de los pacientes con osteogénesis imperfecta (OI). Los efectos benéficos son el alivio del dolor, la reducción de la incidencia de fracturas, la mejor movilidad corporal y la recuperación en las formas vertebrales. El tratamiento es más efectivo durante el período de crecimiento. Se presenta una actualización del tema. De la lectura de los anales se destacan los siguientes interrogantes: Por cuánto tiempo deberá instituirse el tratamiento? Es la vía oral tan efectiva como la endovenosa? Cuál es la mejor dosis? Cuándo suspender el tratamiento? Se conservará la integridad del tejido óseo después de un tratamiento prolongado? Qué fenómenos ocurren en el tejido óseo después de la interrupción de la terapia?. Treatment with bisphosphonates (BP) improves the quality of life of patients with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). Beneficial effects are the relief of bone pain, a reduction of fracture incidence, improvement of corporal mobility and recovery of normal vertebral form. Treatment is less effective after completion of growth is here. An update of the literature is here presented. A number of important unsolved questions have been pointed out: for how long should treatment be instituted? Is the oral route as effective as the intravenous one? Which is the best dose? When treatment should be stopped? How well preserved is the longterm integrity of the bones? Which are the phenomena occurring in bone tissue after interruption of therapy?.
Foreword
Mmaphaka Tau
Jàmbá : Journal of Disaster Risk Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/jamba.v2i1.9
Abstract: The conditions prevailing in the world, where fast growing populations are coupled with rapidly expanding urbanization and a general increase in poverty levels, are greatly aggravating the disaster risks and vulnerabilities of a large part of the world’s populations.
Economical analysis of FV power plants according installed performance
Peter Tau,Marcela Tau?ová
Acta Montanistica Slovaca , 2009,
Abstract: According prognosis of future development of power capacities in Slovakia till 2030 there is assumed increasing of the electricalenergy volume, produced from renewable energy sources from present 260 MW approximately to 2100 MW (Petrovi , 2008), thatpresents almost 800 % increasing! In Slovakia position of photovoltaic in this sector was due to the high investment cost and on the lastplace due to the low system efficiency. Only possible way for implementation of the photovoltaic to the energetic system of the stateis 0donation. Slovakia will go this way also.
Risk and prognostic significance of tuberculosis in patients from The TREAT Asia HIV Observational Database
Jialun Zhou, Julian Elliott, Patrick CK Li, Poh Lim, Sasisopin Kiertiburanakul, Nagalingeswaran Kumarasamy, Tuti Merati, Sanjay Pujari, Yi-Ming A Chen, Praphan Phanuphak, Saphonn Vonthanak, Thira Sirisanthana, Somnuek Sungkanuparph, Christopher KC Lee, Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Shinichi Oka, Fujie Zhang, Goa Tau, Rossana Ditangco
BMC Infectious Diseases , 2009, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2334-9-46
Abstract: The risk of TB diagnosis after recruitment was assessed in patients with prospective follow-up. TB diagnosis was fitted as a time-dependent variable in assessing overall survival.At baseline, 22% of patients were diagnosed with TB. TB incidence was 1.98 per 100 person-years during follow up, with predictors including younger age, lower recent CD4 count, duration of antiretroviral treatment, and living in high TB burden countries. Among 3279 patients during 6968 person-years, 142 died (2.04 per 100 person-years). Compared to patients with CDC category A or B illness only, mortality was marginally higher in patients with single Non-TB AIDS defining illness (ADI), or TB only (adjusted HR 1.35, p = 0.173) and highest in patients with multiple non-TB AIDS or both TB and other ADI (adjusted HR 2.21, p < 0.001).The risk of TB diagnosis was associated with increasing immunodeficiency and partly reduced by antiretroviral treatment. The prognosis of developing TB appeared to be similar to that following a diagnosis of other non-TB ADI.The use of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) has led to dramatic reductions in morbidity and mortality in HIV patients [1,2]. However, tuberculosis (TB) remains a common opportunistic infections and a major cause of death among patients with HIV, especially in sub-Saharan African and Asian countries [3-5], where there is a high background prevalence of TB [5-7].The risk of TB in HIV-infected patients and the impact of TB diagnosis on disease progression in HIV infected patients have been well described in Africa [3,8-10]. The Asia-Pacific region has a large burden of both tuberculosis [7], with nearly 5 million prevalent cases and over 3 million new cases in 2006, and HIV, with an estimated 5 million people living with HIV and 380,000 new infections occurring in 2007 [11]. It is estimated that 2.5 million people are living with both infections in the region [5]. Despite the importance of these inter-related epidemics in the region, fe
Osteoporosis grave con aplastamientos vertebrales en dermatomiositis juvenil: Efecto del tratamiento con alendronato oral
Tau,Cristina; Russo,Ricardo;
Medicina (Buenos Aires) , 2007,
Abstract: glucocorticoids are used for the treatment of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, cancer, and in prevention of organ rejects. a frequent secondary effect of longterm treatment with corticoids is the loss of bone mass, caused by several mechanisms: decrease in the intestinal calcium absorption, increase of the renal calcium excretion at the distal renal tubule, suppressive effect on the osteoblast and also in apoptosis of osteoclasts, inhibition in local production of igf i (insulin-like growth factor) and igfbps (binding igf i proteins necessary for bone metabolism), and decrease on osteocalcin production. longterm treatment with corticoids is associated with osteoporosis and vertebral fractures. to improve this condition, treatment with bisphosphonates has been proposed. we present here a clinical case of a girl with dermatomyositis and severe osteoporosis with vertebral crushes, who responded well to oral bisphophonate treatment.
A COMPARISON OF VALUE PREFERENCES OF PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS AND THE ONES OF STUDENTS OF OTHER DISCIPLINES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND THE NETHERLANDS
JITKA TAU?OVá
Ad Alta : Journal of Interdisciplinary Research , 2012,
Abstract: The actual study used the Values Survey Module (VSM 08) to investigatehow value preferences of Czech students differ from the ones of Dutch students.Secondly, the Schwartz Value Survey (SVS 57) was used to find out if there are anydifferences in value preferences between Czech and Dutch students and betweenstudents of psychology and students of other disciplines. Finally, all four of the groupsbased on all of the combinations of nationality and study fields were compared usingthe Schwartz value Survey. The results of the study revealed that Czech students andDutch students had different value preferences, whereas psychology students andstudents of other subjects did not differ from each other. The research alsodemonstrated the differences among value preferences of all four groups.
Osteoporosis grave con aplastamientos vertebrales en dermatomiositis juvenil: Efecto del tratamiento con alendronato oral Severe osteoporosis with vertebral crushes in juvenile dermatomyositis: Effect of oral alendronate therapy
Cristina Tau,Ricardo Russo
Medicina (Buenos Aires) , 2007,
Abstract: Los glucocorticoides son usados comúnmente para el tratamiento de enfermedades inflamatorias, autoinmunes, enfermedades malignas, y en la prevención de rechazo de órganos trasplantados. Un efecto secundario frecuente del tratamiento prolongado es la pérdida de masa ósea que se produce por varios mecanismos y es causa de osteoporosis y fracturas vertebrales. El tratamiento con disfosfonatos ha sido propuesto para esta situación. Presentamos un caso clínico de osteoporosis grave en una ni a con dermatomiositis juvenil, que respondió favorablemente al tratamiento con disfosfonatos orales. Glucocorticoids are used for the treatment of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, cancer, and in prevention of organ rejects. A frequent secondary effect of longterm treatment with corticoids is the loss of bone mass, caused by several mechanisms: decrease in the intestinal calcium absorption, increase of the renal calcium excretion at the distal renal tubule, suppressive effect on the osteoblast and also in apoptosis of osteoclasts, inhibition in local production of IGF I (Insulin-like growth factor) and IGFBPs (binding IGF I proteins necessary for bone metabolism), and decrease on osteocalcin production. Longterm treatment with corticoids is associated with osteoporosis and vertebral fractures. To improve this condition, treatment with bisphosphonates has been proposed. We present here a clinical case of a girl with dermatomyositis and severe osteoporosis with vertebral crushes, who responded well to oral bisphophonate treatment.
Dense Correspondences Across Scenes and Scales
Moria Tau,Tal Hassner
Computer Science , 2014,
Abstract: We seek a practical method for establishing dense correspondences between two images with similar content, but possibly different 3D scenes. One of the challenges in designing such a system is the local scale differences of objects appearing in the two images. Previous methods often considered only small subsets of image pixels; matching only pixels for which stable scales may be reliably estimated. More recently, others have considered dense correspondences, but with substantial costs associated with generating, storing and matching scale invariant descriptors. Our work here is motivated by the observation that pixels in the image have contexts -- the pixels around them -- which may be exploited in order to estimate local scales reliably and repeatably. Specifically, we make the following contributions. (i) We show that scales estimated in sparse interest points may be propagated to neighboring pixels where this information cannot be reliably determined. Doing so allows scale invariant descriptors to be extracted anywhere in the image, not just in detected interest points. (ii) We present three different means for propagating this information: using only the scales at detected interest points, using the underlying image information to guide the propagation of this information across each image, separately, and using both images simultaneously. Finally, (iii), we provide extensive results, both qualitative and quantitative, demonstrating that accurate dense correspondences can be obtained even between very different images, with little computational costs beyond those required by existing methods.
THE FERROMAGNETIC AND ANTIFERROMAGNETIC KINEMATIC INTERACTIONS AT LOW TEMPERATURE
低温下铁磁和反铁磁体系的运动学相互作用

TAU YUNG,
陶云

物理学报 , 1966,
Abstract: A new method is developed to treat the ferromagnetic and the antiferromagnetic kinematic interactions. All the kinematic interactions can be represented by means of every order correlation functions. It is shown that the ferromagnetic system (s=1/2) does not involve the T3-term at low temperature. For the antiferromagnetic system, we find that the kinematic interaction is large than the dynamic interaction even at low temperature. Our theory is good for all spin values s as well.
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