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Querubismo: relato de caso e revis?o da literatura com aspectos imaginológicos
Carvalho, Tarcísio Nunes;Araújo Júnior, Cyrillo Rodrigues de;Costa, Marlos Augusto Bittencourt;Barcelos, Humberto de Souza Pereira;Carvalho, Tanise Nunes;Ximenes, Carlos Alberto;Teixeira, Kim-Ir-Sen Santos;
Radiologia Brasileira , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-39842004000300015
Abstract: cherubim is a non-neoplastic hereditary bone disease characterized by bilateral, painless enlargements of the mandible and maxilla in children, producing the cherubic appearance. cherubism may appear as an isolated case or in members of the same family. we report the case of a girl without familial history of cherubism who presented expansile osteolytic lesions in the mandible and maxilla, demonstrated by radiological exams.
Cognitive Structure of Beliefs and Habits: How to Challenge Them?  [PDF]
Tanise Knakievicz
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102170
Abstract: This paper studies the cognitive structure of beliefs and its associated habits and suggests techniques for the identification and recycling of these, through the prism of the consciential paradigm. To do this, it first describes the role of conscientiometry and social interaction in self-knowledge. Secondly, it differentiates naive interactions from the empathic ones. And, in third place, it brings a scheme of conceptual maps to show the complex interassistential actions and interactions contained in the recycling processes, as well as some reflections on the peer interaction, interassistentialy and consciential recycling.
Vigilancia da hanseníase em Olinda, Brasil, utilizando técnicas de análise espacial
Lapa Tiago,Ximenes Ricardo,Silva Nilza Nunes,Souza Wayner
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2001,
Abstract: Contribui-se com o sistema de Vigilancia Epidemiológica em nível local por meio de análise espacial em raz o do predomínio do caráter urbano da hanseníase em nosso meio e por sua distribui o n o homogênea - em parte, pela forma de ocupa o e transforma o do espa o urbano. Trabalha-se o conceito de risco coletivo pela defini o de micro-áreas homogêneas mediante o indicador de carência social, verificando-se sua coerência com padr es da distribui o da hanseníase obtidos da base de dados do SINAN para o Município de Olinda no período 1991-96. Para cada estrato, definido segundo níveis semelhantes dos indicadores, foi calculado o coeficiente de detec o médio para o período. Ao exame da associa o entre carência social (risco) e coeficiente de detec o de hanseníase obteve-se coeficiente de explica o de 66,1% no modelo multiplicativo, acrescido para 84,3% com a variável renda. Para atender à lógica de interven o, definiram-se estratos de alto, médio e baixo risco nos distritos sanitários e área programática. A constru o desses mapas mostrou-se útil a instrumentalizar o planejamento em nível local.
Meio ambiente sadio e equilibrado: quest o de saúde pública
Tanise Zago Thomasi
Scire Salutis , 2011, DOI: 10.6008/ess2236-9600.2011.001.0003
Abstract: O presente trabalho visa examinar a dignidade da pessoa humana, que detém prote o à vida equilibrada do meio ambiente, enfim a saúde como um direito fundamental. A express o dignidade da pessoa humana está em voga, já que além de traduzir fielmente um dos principais princípios constitucionais da atualidade, reflete o anseio da popula o em ser respeitado como indivíduo, ser reconhecido como responsável pela constru o de um mundo mais justo. Inerente a este processo, esta a própria qualidade de vida, já que é bem indispensável aos demais anseios humanos. Nesta seara, surgem doutrinas que relacionam o bem estar social com a própria manuten o da vida no Pl
Vigilancia da hanseníase em Olinda, Brasil, utilizando técnicas de análise espacial
Lapa, Tiago;Ximenes, Ricardo;Silva, Nilza Nunes;Souza, Wayner;Albuquerque, Maria de Fátima Milit?o;Campozana, Gisele;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2001000500016
Abstract: in the state of pernambuco, brazil, leprosy has been mainly an urban disease, with an uneven geographical distribution related at least partially to the way urban space has been occupied and transformed. spatial analysis may thus become an important tool to establish an epidemiological surveillance system for leprosy. homogeneous micro-areas were defined in the city of olinda through the integration of two databases, the population census and sinan, and through the use of digital maps and geoprocessing techniques. census tracts were classified according to a social deprivation index (sdi), and micro-area homogeneity was based on similar values for this indicator. cluster analysis (k-means) was used to define cut-offs between strata. the same procedure was repeated using the income variable only. when the association was tested between the mean sdi value and the mean leprosy detection rate for the period 1991-1996, the value obtained for r2 was 66.1% in the multiplicative model, increasing to 84.3% when the income variable was used. to define different intervention strategies, census tracts were regrouped in three levels of risk: high, moderate, and low. the methodology enabled the identification (within each health district) of groups and/or areas with different risk of leprosy, hence allowing for the definition of control measures.
Capital social, redes sociais e inova??es produtivas
Ximenes, Tereza;
Ambiente & Sociedade , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-753X2008000200012
Abstract: successful experiences in motivating local populations show the importance of organizing people and training them to develop innovative projects. it also reveals that communities in which people interact more frequently with each other and where social networks, on a whole, are well integrated, are more likely to overcome their limitations and to take advantage of their opportunities. this in return favors the development of strategies and collective tactics, increasing the power of choice and decision of the community members.
Evaluation of prescription indicators established by the WHO in Getúlio Vargas - RS
Vooss, Andressa Tanise;Diefenthaeler, Helissara Silveira;
Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-82502011000200020
Abstract: to evaluate the conditions of the services offered to the community regarding medications, the world health organization (who) has developed the medication use indicators, among them prescription indicators. the objective of this study was to evaluate drug prescriptions in a basic health care center in getúlio vargas - rs, according to the prescription indicators recommended by the who. the data collection was performed with the use of a form and the prescriptions for june / july and november / december 2008 were evaluated. the average number of drugs prescribed was 2.03, and 72.8% of the drugs were prescribed by generic name, 80.3% were on the list of essential drugs, 21.7% were antibiotics and 2.4% were injectable drugs. the results were in accordance with who recommendations and were similar to those reported by other studies.
Caso raro de estridor e disfonia cr nicos em adulto A rare case of chronic stridor and dysphonia in an adult patient
Flávio Maria Nobre Othon Sidou,Jo?o Arag?o Ximenes Filho,André Alencar Araripe Nunes,Sebasti?o Diógenes Pinheiro
Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1808-86942012000200023
Antitumor Activity of Noscapine in Combination with Doxorubicin in Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Mahavir B. Chougule,Apurva R. Patel,Tanise Jackson,Mandip Singh
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0017733
Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the anticancer activity and mechanism of action of Noscapine alone and in combination with Doxorubicin against triple negative breast cancer (TNBC).
Growth and carbon assimilation limitations in Ricinus communis (Euphorbiaceae) under soil water stress conditions
Sausen, Tanise Luisa;Rosa, Luís Mauro Gon?alves;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062010000300008
Abstract: water availability may influence plant carbon gain and growth, with large impacts on plant yield. ricinus communis (l.), a drought resistant species, is a crop with increasing economic importance in brazil, due to its use in chemical industry and for the production of biofuels. some of the mechanisms involved in this drought resistance were analyzed in this study by imposing progressive water stress to pot-grown plants under glasshouse conditions. water withholding for 53 days decreased soil water gravimetric content and the leaf water potential. plant growth was negatively and significantly reduced by increasing soil water deficits. with irrigation suspension, carbon assimilation and transpiration were reduced and remained mostly constant throughout the day. analysis of a/ci curves showed increased stomatal limitation, indicating that limitation imposed by stomatal closure is the main factor responsible for photosynthesis reduction. carboxylation efficiency and electron transport rate were not affected by water stress up to 15 days after withholding water. drought resistance of castor bean seems to be related to a pronounced, early growth response, an efficient stomatal control and the capacity to keep high net co2 fixation rates under water stress conditions.
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