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Petrology and Geochemical Characteristic of the Younger Gabbros of Wadi Shianite Area, Southeastern Desert, Egypt  [PDF]
Magdy S. Basta
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2015.58052
Abstract: The present work is a petrological study of the gabbroic rocks of wadi Shianite Southeastern Desert of Egypt. Chemical analyses for major and trace elements showed that there are 3 main gabbro types. These are: 1)pyroxene hornblende gabbronorite;2) hornblende gabbro;and 3) anorthosite.The opaque minerals study of the gabbroic rocks showed that they composed mainly of ilmenite, magnetite and sulphides. The present gabbroic rocks work are related to calc-alkaline magma type, similar to the younger gabbros in other areas in the Eastern Desert.
HIV infection and the kidneys, Part I
Basta-Jovanovi? Gordana
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0506303b
Abstract: HIV- (Human immunodeficiency Virus) infected patients may be faced with a variety of renal problem patterns. Acute renal failure is common and most often the result of sepsis, hypertension, and toxic agents. Besides acute renal failure, HIV-associated nephropathy occurs in many HIV-positive patients, representing a unique pattern of sclerosing glomerulopathy, Many authors consider it to be the most rapidly progressive form of focal segmental sclerosis.
Rese a de "Seguran a da Informa o: um caminho estratégico para a continuidade dos negócios" de Waldir Antonio da Silva
César Basta
Eccos Revista Científica , 2000,
Rese a de Estatística para Administra o de Mick Silver
César Basta
Eccos Revista Científica , 2001,
Novica Kraljevi : One of our neglected sociologists of law
Basta Danilo N.
Zbornik Matice Srpske za Drustvene Nauke , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/zmsdn0417049b
Abstract: In his Parisian doctoral dissertation from 1939 (which was for the first time translated into Serbian in 2004), as well as in his shorter paper The Subject and Meaning of Law (Predmet i smisao prava) from 1940, Novica Kraljevi (1906-1942) supports the standpoint that one should abandon any attempt to develop the science of law, the only discipline which is methodologically and epistemologically capable of formulating explicative statements about the homogeneous subject of law as a social, living and dynamic social fact.
State, law, realm of freedom (practical-philosophical themes of the later Fichte)
Basta Danilo N.
Filozofija i Dru?tvo , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/fid0321033b
Abstract: Fichte's theory of the state, comprising and integral part of his practical philosophy, is built on the key premises of his metaphysics. Therefore the clarification of this problem in Fichte's later philosophy intends to point, on one hand, to a representative metaphysical project of the state with great speculative power, and on the other to a way of thinking about the state which is today taken to be anachronistic, unscientific, outdated, and hence worthy of being mentioned as a "negative example". Though these qualifications should not be totally discarded or questioned in advance, revisiting Fichte's late metaphysics of the state is philosophically productive even in our times. Nowadays it can be extremely helpful to anyone who has not yet been trodden over by a scientific political science and whose cognitive interest is still sufficiently open for a strongly philosophical consideration of the state, who wishes to philosophically enrich or sharpens his/her view of the state. Although Fichte's theory of the state is unified and coherent, it underwent - especially in its last phase - a significant transformation. It was so much visible that the state is relegated to the background even terminologically. In Fichte's later philosophy the keyword is no longer the state but the "realm of freedom". The state is here talked about intentionally, as it were, always with a glance aimed at this realm, at the possibility and prospects for its establishment. Although this terminological and cognitive primacy of the realm of freedom pushed the state into the background, it was not denied any importance. On the contrary, on the way to freedom the state is for Fichte an important point of development that must be passed. And precisely in this transiency lies its inevitability. .
As pestes do século XX: tuberculose e AIDS no Brasil, uma história comparada
Basta Paulo Cesar
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2006,
Metody destrukcyjne w ambulatoryjnym leczeniu krwawień macicznych
Antoni Basta,Robert Jach,Pawe? Basta,Artur Ludwin
Przegl?d Menopauzalny , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction of the ablation, in the 1980s, as a new technique of conservative management of metrorrhagiadue to endometrial hyperplasia has significantly decreased the percentage of hysterectomies and is gainingmore attention.Endometrial ablation with the use of hysteroscopy refers to three methods of endometrial removal, whichare defined as the first generation techniques. This group comprises transcervical endometrial resection, endometrialdestruction with the revolving electrode and the laser endometrial destruction.Based on our own hysteroscopic endometrial ablation material, which comprises 876 cases of hysteroscopicendometrial resection and 51 cases of endometrial destruction by the revolving electrode, our observations,experience and the efficacy of these procedures have been discussed.In the 1990s new methods using different types of energy for endometrial destruction, known as the secondgeneration techniques, were introduced. This group consists of thermal intracavitary balloons (ThermaChoiceSystem), hydro-thermic method (Hydrotherm System), multielectrode balloon system, microwave method, endometrialcryoablation and endometrial intrauterine laser therapy. These methods may be used provided thatendometrial atypia had been excluded and a regular follow-up is possible. The most common method of endometrialablation is one of the second generation techniques: ThermaChoice System.Although hysteroscopic endometrial resection is the most efficient method, the destructive methods areless invasive, easier to perform and involve fewer complications.
Iga nephropathy
Basta-Jovanovi? Gordana M.
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0402041b
Abstract: IgA nephropathy is glomerular disease first described in 1968 by Berger, named after him Morbus Berger. The disease is characterized by the presence of IgA dominant or codominant imunoglobuline deposits in glomerular mesangium which can be demostrated by immunofluorescence. Clinical manifestations of IgA nephropathy in the majority of cases is hematuria which can be macro or microskopic, isolated or combined with proteinuria which can be of nephrotic range. In some cases nephrotic syndrome can be the first clinical presentatio. In 10% renal insuficiency can be present at the onset of the disease. By light microscopy IgA can manifest any of the histologie phenotypes of immune complex mediated prolifferative glomerulonephritis. According to light microscopy findings a classification systeme have been used to categorize the histologie patterns of IgA nephropathy. Glomerular changes in IgA nephropathy are prolifferative and can be focal or diffuse accompanied by crescentic formation in many cases. Immune deposits seen by electron microscopy appear as electron dense deposites most numerous in mesangium.
Teste tuberculínico na estimativa da prevalência de infec??o por Mycobacterium tuberculosis em popula??es indígenas do continente americano: uma revis?o da literatura
Basta, Paulo Cesar;Camacho, Luiz Antonio Bastos;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2006000200002
Abstract: a systematic review was conducted on articles reporting tuberculin surveys to estimate the prevalence and annual risk of tuberculosis infection (ari) in indigenous peoples of the americas. medline and lilacs databases were searched using the following combination of descriptors: "tuberculosis", "south american indians", "north american indians", "tuberculin skin test", "ppd", "risk assessment", and "bcg vaccine". longitudinal and cross-sectional studies published from 1974 to 2004 were selected if the outcome was mycobacterium tuberculosis infection defined by tuberculin reactions > 5mm or > 10mm. from a total of 54 candidate studies generated with the descriptors, 16 were selected for review. altogether, they comprised 13,186 individuals, 50% of whom were below 15 years of age. estimates of prevalence of tuberculosis infection ranged from 0% to 93.4%, whereas the ari ranged from 0% to 35.4%. analysis of heterogeneity in environmental conditions and methods of infection assessment in the studies showed that the tuberculin test is useful for clinical decisions (e.g., to initiate chemoprophylaxis), and that tuberculin surveys are useful to assess tuberculosis control measures among indigenous peoples.
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