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Counselling sociologico: considerazioni sui fondamenti di un'identità in divenire
Lidia Dutto
m@gm@ , 2004,
Abstract: Nello specifico, la mia proposta di counselling prende in considerazione un modello dai presupposti sociologici teorico-pratici e che sul campo diviene un modello di lettura e di lavoro con la persona. Partendo dalla dimensione individuale, il modello considera i legami con le rispettive altre dimensioni, ovvero famigliare, sociale e cosmica, e lavora per attivare e/o riunire i fili tagliati, perduti o allentati nelle rispettive dimensioni. In esso l'ipnosi diviene il collante emotivo per consolidare o ristabilire l'appartenenza ad esse. E' un 'modello dell'appartenenza' che lavora alla riconciliazione del sé col mondo. In ciò, come dice la sociologia clinica, il sociologo, e qui anche counsellor, diviene il change agent all'interno del sistema del cliente, un agente del/per il cambiamento propositivo, preparato e diffusore di speranza.
Il potere della lingua nella ricerca etnografica
Lidia Dutto
m@gm@ , 2003,
Abstract: Fare ricerca sociale significa entrare, attraverso la lingua, nel mondo "percepito". L'approccio del ricercatore è un approccio "in formazione", del tutto simile a quello del bambino. Attraverso un codice linguistico comune - sia esso la lingua in vigore, ma ancor più il dialetto - egli ha accesso, così come il bambino nei confronti della "sua" realtà, al riconoscimento della realtà del suo interlocutore. Via via che acquisisce dati sulla tematica oggetto d'indagine, il ricercatore acquisisce nozioni sul mondo che regola tale oggetto e ne definisce i contorni. La sua immersione in un mondo altro richiede però flessibilità mentale, disponibilità a formarsi su schemi e mappe concettuali nuove, umiltà e gestione delle possibili incongruenze con i canoni regolativi del proprio mondo. Spesso tutto ciò rappresenta la parte più difficile per il ricercatore.
Torus mandibular Mandibularis Tori
M Dutto,RE Achenbach
Revista Argentina de Dermatología , 2012,
Abstract: Presentamos un caso de torus mandibular, lobular; entidad frecuente en la consulta odontológica pero poco conocida o comunicada en la literatura dermatológica. Enfatizamos la necesidad de familiarizarse con este tipo de exostosis ósea, para no incurrir en estudios innecesarios al pensar en neoplasias malignas del piso de la boca. A case of mandibularis tori, lobular type is reported. Tori appear more frequently during middle age; it is well known in the dental literature but rarely mentioned in the dermatological one. Certain prevalence with respect certain ethnic groups has been observed, its surgical elimination are due mainly to prosthodontics reasons. The importance in the diagnosis is emphasized.
From literature
Remo Melchio,Luca Dutto
Emergency Care Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.4081/ecj.2006.3.45
Abstract: Not available
Reviews from literature and web
Luca Dutto,Remo Melchio
Emergency Care Journal , 2009, DOI: 10.4081/ecj.2009.6.42
Abstract: Not available
Injuries caused by arthropods: diagnostic and therapeutic approach in ER
Dutto Moreno,Giuseppe Lauria
Emergency Care Journal , 2009, DOI: 10.4081/ecj.2009.2.26
Abstract: Injuries caused by arthropods, primarily insects and arachnids, represent a significant source of lesions and allergies even in Italy, a country that has a negligible number of species with important toxicological characteristics from an emergency medicine point of view; unlike areas such as the Americas or Africa (including northern Africa) where highly toxic autochthonous species are present, whose bite or sting can be life-threatening. Medical consultation both in hospital Emergency Rooms and general practitioners’ surgeries is markedly seasonal, occurring mainly in the spring and summer (April – September), consistent with arthropod activity. At the current time, in Italy, urgent acute arthropod-related injuries are rare and usually involve type I hypersensitivity, and in most cases they are localised lesions that cause discomfort. The aim of the article is to briefly summarise the species of insects and arachnids that are most frequently cause for medical consultation in Italy and to provide assistance in the diagnostic and therapeutic plan, focusing in particular on the importance of health education that in many acute arthropod-derived cases can play an important part in preventing reoccurrence.
Euscorpius (Scorpiones, Euscorpiidae): three cases of stings in northwestern Italy
Dutto, M;Dutto, L;Scaglione, N;Bertero, M;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992010000400018
Abstract: in the period between june 2008 and august 2009, three cases of stings of euscorpius scorpions indigenous to italy were treated at two different emergency departments (ed) in hospitals of the piedmont region, northwest italy: santa croce e carle general hospital in cuneo, and santissima annunziata hospital in savigliano. scorpion stings in italy are rare and not well documented in the literature; this situation may raise doubts among medical personnel as to how such lesions are best treated. analysis of the incidents confirms that the venom of euscorpius do not provokes systemic poisoning in humans and in these cases even dermatological reactions were not significant.
Stings from Euscorpius flavicaudis (De Geer, 1778) (Scorpiones, Euscorpiidae) during pregnancy: a clinical case report
Dutto, M;Dutto, L;Bertero, M;Goyffon, M;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992012000400018
Abstract: we report a case in which a 21-week pregnant woman was stung by a euscorpius flavicaudis (de geer, 1778) scorpion. symptoms and signs experienced by the patient were the same as those documented in the literature and with no ill-effects for the pregnancy. envenoming was local and of low degree of intensity. it is important to emphasize that the patient was stung in her home, which differs from stings in most other parts of the world, in which scorpionism is mostly a risk in outdoor areas.
From literature and web
Remo Melchio,Luca Dutto,Christian Bracco
Emergency Care Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.4081/ecj.2006.6.45
Abstract: Not available
From literature
Remo Melchio,Luca Dutto,Gianpiero Martini
Emergency Care Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.4081/ecj.2006.2.43
Abstract: Not Available
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