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Kongre bericht: Rheuma-Rehab Bad Ischl, 16. April 2005; Thema: Morbus Bechterew- Rehabilitation
Falkenbach A
Journal für Mineralstoffwechsel , 2005,
Frühe Diagnosestellung bei entzündlich-rheumatischen Rückenschmerzen
Falkenbach A,Rudwaleit M
Journal für Mineralstoffwechsel , 2006,
Abstract: Derzeit wird ein Morbus Bechterew diagnostiziert, wenn die in den modifizierten New York-Kritierien genannten Bedingungen erfüllt sind. Die notwendige Voraussetzung sind eindeutige radiologische Zeichen der Sakroiliitis. Da diese erst nach Monaten oder Jahren der Erkrankung zu erwarten sind, kann es also derzeit nach den New York-Kriterien keine Frühdiagnose des Morbus Bechterew geben. Zur überwindung dieses Dilemmas wird die Anwendung des Konzepts der axialen Spondyloarthritis vorgeschlagen. Alle Symptome und Befunde, die mit Morbus Bechterew geh uft assoziiert sind, erh hen entsprechend ihrer Spezifit t und Sensitivit t berechenbar die Wahrscheinlichkeit für eine axiale Spondyloarthritis. Welche Bedeutung dabei der Magnetresonanztomographie (MRT) zukommen wird, ist Gegenstand aktueller prospektiver Studien.
Fallbericht: Famili re Hypertrophische Osteoarthropathie
Waltl S,Gmeiner W,Kainberger F,Falkenbach A
Journal für Mineralstoffwechsel , 2007,
Educa o física e artes: uma experiência interdisciplinar através do lúdico
Atos Falkenbach,Betina Stampe
Movimento , 2000,
Abstract: The article describes "The Marista Child Project". The purpose of the project is to provide the children's knowledge and development through ludical-educational activities in Phisical Education and Arts. Here are some activities: movement, games, exercises envolving the psychomotive power, graphical expression, pictures, drawings and paintings. The activities which have been doing suggest the importance the Phisical Education and Arts in the school today, considering Vygotskys problems in formal discipline. The project makes reflections, studies, analyses and thinks about the relationship between child-teacher, the meaning of learning, the interdisciplinary in the educative action to improve the better understanding between children's fantasy and reality. It also recognizes the simbolic components and imagination which are in everything the children do. These children's actions propose the knowledge.
A rela??o m?e/crian?a com deficiência: sentimentos e experiências
Falkenbach,Atos Prinz; Drexsler,Greice; Werler,Ver?nica;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232008000900011
Abstract: the present study aims at investigating the feelings and experiences of parents of children with disabilities. it was motivated by the idea of understanding the daily life of the parents of children that take part in the relational psychomotricity project at univates. the protagonists of the study are the parents integrated in the project. the instruments used for data collection in this ethnographic qualitative study were interviews, field reports and analysis of documents. the study approached the following theoretical aspects: the primary relation, the medical relation and the social relation of the child with disability. the information is organized into the following categories, a) the feelings of the parents on occasion of the birth of a child with disability, b) the behavior of the medical staff when telling the fact to the parents, c) the needs of the parents in regard to their relations with their relatives and society, d) the feelings and needs with respect to educating a child with disability. the article concludes that the parents of children with disability re-evaluate their initial concepts, learn to value the potentialities of the child and require continuing reinforcement of their self-esteem for helping them in the educational process of their children.
Acessibilidade e inclus?o de uma aluna com deficiência visual na escola e na educa??o física
Mazzarino, Jane Márcia;Falkenbach, Atos;Rissi, Simone;
Revista Brasileira de Ciências do Esporte , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-32892011000100006
Abstract: the present study is to research problem to understand how the school and physical education classes present conditions of accessibility and inclusion for a student with visual impairments in regular schools? the goal is to investigate the process of inclusion and accessibility for a student with visual impairments in physical education classes and how this process affects learning and student development. the methodology of the study is qualitative, in the form of case study. the study concludes that the inclusion of a student with visual impairment in school contributes to mutual learning among students and that school and your community need to remain in constant search of qualification and progress of knowledge in this area.
Investigando a A o Pedagógica da Educa o Física na Educa o Infantil
Atos Prinz Falkenbach,Greice Drexsler,Ver?nica Werle
Movimento , 2006,
Abstract: O presente estudo investigou as práticas pedagógicas da educa o física desenvolvidas nas Escolas de Educa o Infantil. Objetivou estudar a organiza o pedagógica da educa o física e a compreens o das professoras de educa o infantil sobre a educa o física como prática pedagógica. De corte qualitativo, o estudo se caracteriza como um estudo de casos. O estudo permitiu compreender sobre o significado da educa o física, os fundamentos teóricos e a organiza o pedagógica da educa o física na escola, bem como a rela o da educa o física com a prática educativa que as professoras desenvolvem.
A inclus o de crian as com necessidades especiais nas aulas de Educa o Física na educa o infantil
Atos Prinz Falkenbach,Fernando Edi Chaves,Dileni Penna Nunes,Vanessa Flores do Nascimento
Movimento , 2007,
Abstract: El presente estudio investiga la temática de la inclusión social de ni os con necesidades en la práctica pedagógica de la Educación Física en la educación infantil. La metodología utilizada en este trabajo es cualitativa, y los participantes son profesores de la red regular de la ense anza que abarca ni os con necesidades especiales. La búsqueda por informaciones ocurrió a través de los siguientes instrumentos: entrevistas y observaciones. Los resultados del estudio son presentados en categorías: comprensión de la inclusión en la práctica de educación física; experiencias relacionales del profesor con ni os con necesidades especiales; perspectivas de calificación profesional; soporte pedagógico para el desarrollo de la inclusión. El estudio muestra que los profesores de educación física reconocen la inclusión como una necesidad pedagógica, sin embargo hace falta una formación progresiva, y la práctica de ense anza con más aprendizaje y avanzos.
Prevalence, clinical relevance and characterization of circulating cytotoxic CD4+CD28- T cells in ankylosing spondylitis
Christina Duftner, Christian Goldberger, Albrecht Falkenbach, Reinhard Würzner, Barbara Falkensammer, Karl P Pfeiffer, Elisabeth Maerker-Hermann, Michael Schirmer
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2003, DOI: 10.1186/ar793
Abstract: The immunogenetic link between HLA-B27 and ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is the strongest reported association of an HLA class I molecule with a disease to date. HLA-B27 presents specific peptides to CD8+ T lymphocytes in the presence of β2-microglobulin [1,2], and much work has concentrated on characterizing B27 restricted cytotoxic T lymphocytes in spondyloarthropathy patients [3,4]. CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes identified by the CD28- phenotype account for up to 78% of peripheral CD8+ T cells [5].Several more recent studies have raised the possibility that HLA-B27 may be more than a restriction element of CD8+ T cells in AS, and that HLA-B27 may be recognized even by CD4+ T cells [6,7]. In HLA-B27 transgenic rats CD4+ T cells were used to transfer AS disease [8,9], and in autoimmune MRL/lpr mice CD4+ T cell depletion prevented the development of arthritis [10]. MHC class II molecules, which usually present antigenic structures to CD4+ T cells, are not necessarily required for development of AS, and MHC class II negative, B27+ transgenic mice may still develop spontaneous AS-like disease [11]. In humans, CD4+ T cells are more frequently present than CD8+ T cells in both the peripheral blood and in biopsies of sacroiliac joints [12,13], and T cell clones with specificity for arthritogenic bacteria exhibited the CD4+ phenotype when derived from the synovial fluids of patients with Yersinia, Salmonella, and Chlamydia-induced reactive arthritis [14-16]. However, bacteria and/or autoantigen specific CD8+ and HLA-B27 restricted T cells are also thought to contribute to the pathogenesis and regulation of the spondyloarthropathies [3].In other autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, Wegener's granulomatosis, and multiple sclerosis, an unusual subset of proinflammatory, cytotoxic CD4+ T cells was described that is rare in healthy individuals [17-20]. These T cells are clonally expanded and lack the important CD28 co-stimulatory molecule on their surface. This ch
Circulating cytotoxic CD8+ CD28- T cells in ankylosing spondylitis
Michael Schirmer, Christian Goldberger, Reinhard Würzner, Christina Duftner, Karl-P Pfeiffer, Johannes Clausen, Günther Neumayr, Albrecht Falkenbach
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2001, DOI: 10.1186/ar386
Abstract: Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a seronegative spondyloarthropathy that is frequently associated with human leucocyte antigen (HLA)-B27; 90% of AS patients test HLA-B27 positive. HLA-B27 physiologically binds antigenic peptides and thus presents them to CD8+ T lymphocytes. Single HLA-B27 restricted cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs) have been described in AS patients with specificity for arthritogenic bacteria, viral peptides or autoantigens such as peptides derived from the HLA-B27 molecule itself [1,2,3]. CTLs have been reported to maintain the inflammatory process even after the eradication of the microbial pathogen by antimicrobial immune responses [4].In vivo, MHC-class I restricted CD8+ T cells are clonally expanded and use various αβ T cell-receptors [5,6]. Some of these CD8+ T cell clones represent even more than 50% of all CD8+T cells in single AS patients [7,8,9]. This oligoclonal population which recognizes specific MHC-class I / antigen complexes is characterized by a distinct CD28-CD57+ CD11ahigh phenotype [10]. The presence of this oligoclonal CD28- population in a larger cohort of AS patients has not been examined before. It has been suggested, therefore, that the amount of CD8+ CTLs in a peripheral blood sample can be estimated by determining the percentage of CD8+ CD28- T cells. Furthermore, identification of CD8+ CTLs by the lack of CD28 has provided a helpful tool to investigate this lymphocyte subset in healthy subjects and patients with various diseases [11]. In the healthy population, CD8+ CD28-T cells are not present at birth, and the percentage of CD8+ CD28-T cells increases with age [12,13,14]. This increase of CD8+ CD28-cells, together with reduced circulating naive CD8+ T cells correlates with immunodeficiency during aging [15,16]. As CD8+ CD28-T cells have shortened telomeres, they may have reached a state of replicative senescence [17]. The question as to whether such accelerated senescence is a consequence of viral infections remains open. T
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