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Detec??o do DNA do papilomavírus humano após excis?o da zona de transforma??o com al?a diatérmica para tratamento de neoplasia intra-epitelial cervical
Figueirêdo, Priscila Garcia;Derchain, Sophie Fran?oise Mauricette;Sarian, Luis Otávio Zanatta;Gontijo, Renata Clementino;Andrade, Liliana Aparecida Dengelo;Campos, Elizabete Aparecida;Martinez, Edson Zangiacomi;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032003000100002
Abstract: purpose: to evaluate the detection of high oncogenic risk human papillomavirus dna (hpv-dna) immediately before and 4±1.25 months after large loop excision of the transformation zone (lletz) in the treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (cin). methods: in this clinical prospective study, 78 patients submitted to lletz from february to december 2001 were enrolled. all patients were submitted to colposcopic evaluation and had pap smear and hybrid capture ii (hc ii) specimens collected immediately before lletz and four months after the procedure. statistical analysis was made through odds ratio (or) calculations with 95% confidence interval (95% ci). results: before excision, 67 (86%) women had positive hc ii for high oncogenic risk hpv-dna, while four months afterwards only 22 (33%) maintained positive hc ii results. positive results of hpv-dna after treatment were not associated with previous viral load, compromised margins in the surgical specimen or age. four months after the procedure, detection of hpv-dna was significantly associated with cytological abnormalities (or = 4.8; ci 95%: 1.7-13.7) but not with histological residual disease or relapse (or = 6.0; ci 95%: 0.8-52.3). conclusion: hpv-dna detection was significantly reduced after treatment of cin, but was not associated with the presence of histologic residual disease or relapse.
Risk-of-Malignancy Index in preoperative evaluation of clinically restricted ovarian cancer
Torres, José Carlos Campos;Derchain, Sophie Fran?oise Mauricette;Faúndes, Aníbal;Gontijo, Renata Clementino;Martinez, Edson Zangiacomi;Andrade, Liliana Aparecida Luccide ?ngelo;
Sao Paulo Medical Journal , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-31802002000300003
Abstract: context: there is no adequate preoperative method for differentiating between benign and malignant pelvic masses. evaluations of ca 125 serum levels, ultrasonography findings and menstrual state have been tested in isolation as diagnostic methods. the evaluation of these three methods in association with each other could improve diagnostic performance. objective: to evaluate the risk-of-malignancy index by combining serum ca 125 levels, ultrasound score and menopausal status in preoperative diagnoses for women with pelvic masses clinically restricted to the ovaries and without clear evidence of malignancy. design: cross-sectional study. setting: centro de aten??o integral à saúde da mulher, universidade estadual de campinas, campinas, s?o paulo, brazil. participants: 158 women admitted between january 1996 and march 1998 for surgical exploration of pelvic masses. procedures: the risk-of-malignancy index was calculated as us x m x ca 125, performed preoperatively. ultrasound findings were classified according to the shape, size, multiplicity, presence of wall expansion involvement or ascites, using a score system (us). menopausal status was considered as 1 for premenopausal and 3 for postmenopausal (m), and ca 125 serum levels were considered in absolute values. statistical analysis: most relevant variables were included in a logistic multiple regression model, fitted using the ultrasound score, the serum ca 125 level and the menopausal status. the model was used for evaluating the performance of each individual predictor in determining the malignancy of these tumors and identifying the risk-of-malignancy index. results: the best individual performance was found in ca 125 levels (sensitivity of 78%, specificity of 75%), followed by ultrasound score (sensitivity of 75%, specificity of 73%) and menopausal status (sensitivity of 73%, specificity of 69%). the performance obtained for the risk-of-malignancy index at the cut-off point of 150 was a sensitivity and specifici
Pesquisa de ovos de helmintos e de cistos de protozoários em dinheiro
Levai,Eduardo Virgilio; Amato Neto,Vicente; Campos,Rubens; Pinto,Pedro Luiz Silva; Moreira,Antonio Augusto Baillot; Sant'Ana,Eunice José de; Padilha,Liliana Aparecida Araújo;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 1986, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89101986000100004
Abstract: due to the high prevalence of intestinal parasitic diseases in brazil and to the fact that inanimate objects may play an important role in their transmission, it was decided to carry out an investigation into the existence of helminthic eggs and protozoan cysts in money currently handled by the community. a thousand and three banknotes and 1,011 coins of different origins were analysed, yielding the following results. entamoeba histolytica cysts were found twice, and fertile and infertile ascaris lumbricoides eggs and one intact taenia sp. egg, besides other nonpathogenic elements, were also found. the importance of the handling of money in the epidemiology of common intestinal parasitic diseases is emphasized and it is suggested that further similar studies should be carried out; possible means of prevention are also indicated.
Microglandular hyperplasia of the cervix: frequency in cone specimens, histological patterns, clinical aspects and immunohistochemical markers for differential diagnosis with adenocarcinoma
Padr?o, Inês Liguori;Andrade, Liliana Aparecida Lucci De Angelo;
Jornal Brasileiro de Patologia e Medicina Laboratorial , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-24442006000300012
Abstract: although endocervical microglandular hyperplasia (mgh) is a common diagnosis, it can be confused with adenocarcinoma (aca), mainly of the clear cell type. objectives: evaluate the frequency of mgh diagnosis in conization specimens, their histological patterns and characterize the differential diagnosis between mgh and aca through immunohistochemical markers, as well as some clinical aspects. methods: we reviewed 223 cervical cones and 50 aca in cervical biopsies in order to: 1) assess the frequency of mgh in cones; 2) verify immunohistochemical expression of p53, carcinoembryonic antigen (cea) and ki67 in both lesions; 3) correlate the findings to age, parity and hormonal status. results: we found 35 cases of mgh (15.7%), of the following patterns: 21 glandular (60%); 7 reticular (20%); 6 trabecular (17.1%) and one solid (2.8%). average age was 36 years and mean parity was three children. of the mgh patients, 51.42% were pregnant or made use of some hormonal therapy. aca occurred in older patients (mean: 53 years), multiparous and with no hormonal history. cea was negative in mgh and positive in 62% of aca. ki67 was weakly positive (5%-10% stained nuclei) in 8.6% of mgh and strong (> 40% stained nuclei) in 80% of aca. p53 expression was negative in mgh and only present in 10% of aca. conclusions: mgh was common in cones, mainly in young women. half of the cases were associated with hormonal therapy or pregnancy. cea and ki67 were useful but p53 expression was not important for the differential diagnosis with adenocarcinoma.
Compara??o entre doces produzidos a partir de frutos de diferentes espécies e cultivares de marmeleiro (Cydonia oblonga Miller e Chaenomeles sinensis Koehne)
Alvarenga,ngelo Albérico;Abrah?o, Enilson;Pio, Rafael;Assis, Francinely Aparecida;Oliveira, Nilton Caetano de;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542008000100043
Abstract: the present study was made to compare marmalades produced from different quince fruit cultivars, as well as, the earnings possible from different pulp mixtures. fruits were collected on epamig's quince collection yard, at district of maria da fé, mg, in from january to april, 2005. marmalades were manually processed. treatments were marmalades from mendoza, japonês, provence cultivars and by pulp mixture of portugal, provence and mendoza plus the japonês quince cultivars, compared to traditional marmalade from portugal cultivar. sensorial characteristic evaluation as color, bright, taste, texture and flavor were made for twenty people. data statistic analyses and average tests showed superior bright quality of the marmalade mendoza cultivar in relation all others. mendoza marmalade flavor and texture were superior only to japonês marmalade; however, there were no difference in marmalade qualities when a mixture of japonês and others pulp cultivars was made. there were found no flavor differences among the cultivars. so, the mendoza cultivar produced the best marmalade and mixture of other quince pulps improved the japonês marmalade.
Mefloquine in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis
Correia, Dalmo;Silva, Carlos Augusto de Campos;Matthes,ngelo Gustavo Zucca;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86821999000500018
Abstract: three cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis were treated orally with a mefloquine dose of 4.2mg/kg/day for six days in the teaching hospital of the faculdade de medicina do triangulo mineiro, uberaba, mg, brazil. three weeks later a new series was repeated. no patient was cured.
Mefloquine in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis
Correia Dalmo,Silva Carlos Augusto de Campos,Matthes ?ngelo Gustavo Zucca
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: Three cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis were treated orally with a mefloquine dose of 4.2mg/kg/day for six days in the Teaching Hospital of the Faculdade de Medicina do Triangulo Mineiro, Uberaba, MG, Brazil. Three weeks later a new series was repeated. No patient was cured.
Indicadores de desempenho dos Sistemas de Gest?o Ambiental (SGA): uma pesquisa teórica
Campos, Lucila Maria de Souza;Melo, Daiane Aparecida de;
Produ??o , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65132008000300010
Abstract: this paper intends to present the main types of performance indicators that can be used for companies that have an environmental management system (ems). is this context, the paper presents an overview about environmental management and performance indicators, emphasizing the importance of environmental indicators for the performance of an ems and for the organization. this is a theoretical research based on papers, thesis, dissertations and other published documents of companies with ems certified. the indicators was divided according to the iso 14001 requirements. finally, the paper begins a discussion about how these indicators can became strategics or part of an environmental strategic of an organization.
Ensino sobre perioperatório a pacientes: estudo comparativo de recursos audiovisual (vídeo) e oral
Paula, Adriana Aparecida Delloiagono de;Carvalho, Emília Campos de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691997000300006
Abstract: the aim of this study was to compare information on perioperative nursing regarding audiovisual (video) and oral resources. 104 patients were registered as subjects and divided in two groups, 54 of them in the oral group and 50 in the video group. authors concluded that the groups were homogeneous and that there was no significant difference between the two resources used. independent from the resource used, the responses were qualitatively better. however, regarding perioperative informations, authors spent 10 minutes using the video while oral information lasted 45 minutes. the video unabled verbalization that is characterized by the exposition of methods and reduces the time spent with information.
Immunohistochemical study of basement membrane collagen IV in uterine cervix carcinoma
Pinto, Glauce Aparecida;Vassallo, José;Andrade, Liliana Aparecida Lucci De Angelo;Magna, Luís Alberto;
Sao Paulo Medical Journal , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-31801998000600004
Abstract: context: the integrity of basement membrane (bm) is damaged during the evolution of a benign or potentially malignant lesion into a malignant one, in which it may undergo several degrees of discontinuity as a necessary condition for the invasive process. immunostaining for collagen iv, which is exclusively found in bm, has been used to evaluate its formation in neoplastic and benign lesions of several organs. objective: to investigate bm continuity pattern in squamous carcinoma "in situ" (cis), microinvasive (mic) and invasive (ic) squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix, and to find out if bm expression could be useful in the diagnosis of early stromal invasion (mic). design: archival material between 1988 and 1993 was studied at the pathological anatomy department - unicamp. procedures: the selected cases, previously formalin fixed and paraffin embedded, were reviewed retrospectively by submitting them to immunohistochemical study via the avidin-biotin-peroxidase method using a monoclonal antibody anticollagen iv. results: in all, 17 cases of cis, 16 of mic and 21 of ic were evaluated. all ic cases showed evident bm discontinuity, either focal or diffuse. in the cis group, a continuous bm pattern was predominant, being focally disrupted in only 2/17 cases (11.8%). the mic group showed an intermediate pattern, but with a clear tendency to bm discontinuity in 10/16 cases (62.5%). inflammatory infiltrate, a variable also studied, cannot be considered responsible for bm discontinuity, since there was no statistical correlation between them. conclusion: we conclude that immunostaining for collagen iv may contribute to the diagnosis of stromal invasion by bm discontinuity.
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