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Acesso à justi a: instrumentos viabilizadores.
Jo?o Carlos Leal Júnior,Francisco Emílio Baleotti
Scientia Iuris , 2011,
Abstract: Resenha
Parameters for the horizontal effect of constitutional rights Parametros para a eficácia horizontal dos direitos fundamentais
Rafael de Souza Borelli,Francisco Emílio Baleotti
Semina : Ciências Sociais e Humanas , 2012, DOI: 10.5433/1679-0383.2012v33n2p177-192
Abstract: The legal principles (species of rule of law) on the theory Robert Alex optimization commandments are legal. This is of interest, since fundamental rights are, as a rule, the nature of principles. In this vein, the doctrine came to discuss about the linking of individuals to fundamental rights. Under German, were studied mainly theories mediate and immediate effectiveness, whereas under United States, it was discussed about the state action. In this century, these theories began to be studied in Brazil, with scientific literature on the subject. In this vein, this paper aims to engage with these theories, with aim of reaching finally a logical systematization satisfactory with creating parameters in view of the existence of prior legislative mediation the essentiality of the legal relationship (economic or existential) or its verticality. Os princípios jurídicos (espécies do gênero norma jurídica), seguindo a teoria de Alexy, s o mandamentos de otimiza o do ordenamento jurídico. Isto é de interesse, já que os direitos fundamentais têm, em regra, a natureza de princípios. Neste diapas o, a doutrina passou a discutir acerca da vincula o dos particulares a direitos fundamentais. No ambito alem o, foram estudadas, principalmente, as teorias da eficácia imediata e mediata, enquanto que, no ambito estadunidense, discutiu-se acerca da state action. Neste século, estas teorias passaram a ser estudadas no Brasil, com produ o científica acerca do tema. Nesta senda, o presente trabalho buscará dialogar com estas teorias, com fito de se chegar, enfim, a uma sistematiza o lógica satisfatória, com cria o de parametros, tendo em vista a existência de prévia media o legislativa, a essencialidade da rela o jurídica (econ mica ou existencial) ou sua verticalidade
Biometric study of furcation area of first maxillary molars
Romito, Giuseppe Alexandre;Pustiglioni, Francisco Emílio;
Brazilian Dental Journal , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-64402004000200013
Abstract: the present investigation was designed to study the distance from the 3 bifurcation entrances to their opposite roots, and also the virtual center of the trifurcation (tc), which is equidistant from each bifurcation entrance, of maxillary molars. thirty-five teeth devoid of any surface damage or fused roots were selected. roots were included in acrylic resin and cross-sectioned at the cementoenamel junction to the apex using a rotary diamond blade and 0.45-mm slices were obtained. a profile projector apparatus was used to obtain the coordinated points on a cartesian plane, which allowed the calculation of all distances present using analytic geometric formulas. based on statistical analysis (comparison by kruskal-wallis anova test, p<0.05), the following results were obtained: 1) mean distance from the buccal furcation reaching the palatal root was 6.72 ± 0.99 mm (range 4.73-8.67 mm); 2) mean distance from the mesial and distal furcations to the distal and mesial roots were 5.42 ± 0.83 mm (range 3.78-7.07 mm) and 5.90 ± 0.87 mm (range 4.18-7.59 mm), respectively. all means were determined up to the point of 1.40 mm from each bifurcation opening; 3) mean distance of tc was 4.26 ± 0.42 mm (range 3.44-5.08 mm) for all levels.
The Effects of Different Titanium Surfaces on the Behaviour of Osteoblast-Like Cells  [PDF]
Fabiano Ribeiro Cirano, Adriane Yaeko Togashi, Márcia Martins Marques, Francisco Emílio Pustiglioni, Luiz Ant?nio Pugliesi Alves Lima
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2015.86036
Abstract: This study investigated the influence of different titanium surfaces on the differentiation of rat osteoblast-like cells (osteo-1). Osteo-1 cells were cultured on the following titanium surfaces: 1) pretreated, smooth surface (PT); 2) sandblasted and acid etched surface (SLA); and 3) sandblasted and acid-etched surface rinsed under nitrogen protection to prevent exposure to air and preserved in isotonic saline solution (modSLA). Cell metabolism, total protein content, collagen content and alkaline phosphatase (AP) activity and the formation of calcified nodules were analyzed. The titanium surface did not influence cell metabolism, total protein content and collagen content. The SLA surface influenced cell differentiation, with the observation of a significant reduction of AP activity and formation of calcified nodules after 21 days compared to the PT surface. No difference was observed between the PT and modSLA surfaces. All titanium surfaces tested permitted the full expression of the osteoblast phenotype by osteo-1 cells, including matrix mineralization.
Risk indicators for aggressive periodontitis in an untreated isolated young population from Brazil
Corraini, Priscila;Pannuti, Cláudio Mendes;Pustiglioni, Alessandro Nautili;Romito, Giuseppe Alexandre;Pustiglioni, Francisco Emílio;
Brazilian Oral Research , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-83242009000200019
Abstract: this study aimed to assess the prevalence of aggressive periodontitis (agp), and to investigate the association between demographic, socioeconomic and behavioral risk indicators with agp in an untreated and isolated young population in southeastern brazil. for this cross-sectional survey, 134 subjects aged 12-29 years were selected by a census. of those eligible, 101 subjects received a full-mouth clinical examination, and were interviewed using a structured written questionnaire. cases were defined as individuals with 4 or more teeth with attachment loss > 4 mm or > 5 mm in the age groups 12-19 and 20-29, respectively. overall, 9.9% of the subjects presented agp (10.3% of the 12-19-year-olds and 9.7% of the 20-29-year-olds). the only risk indicator significantly associated with agp in this isolated population was a high proportion of sites (> 30%) presenting supragingival calculus [or = 23.2]. having experienced an urgency dental treatment was a protective factor for agp [or = 0.1]. the authors concluded that this isolated and untreated population from brazil presented a high prevalence of agp. local plaque-retaining factors played a major role in the prevalence of agp in this isolated population, and should be included in further studies evaluating this destructive periodontal disease form.
Curva dos valores normais de peso fetal estimado por ultra-sonografia segundo a idade gestacional
Cecatti, José Guilherme;Machado, Maria Regina Marrocos;Santos, Fernanda Fioravanti Azank dos;Marussi, Emílio Francisco;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2000000400026
Abstract: objective: to evaluate the evolution of estimated fetal weight in normal pregnancies in campinas, brazil, between 20 to 42 weeks. design and methods: a descriptive study was performed, including 2,874 normal pregnant women studied through routine obstetric ultrasound with fetal biometry, using the hadlock (1991) formula for fetal weight estimation. data were evaluated by fitting a curve with the 10th, 50th, and 90th percentiles of fetal weight for gestational age, subsequently submitted to a smoothing procedure by quadratic polynomial adjustment. results: the 50th percentile was 368g at 20th week, 1,512g at 30th, and 3,417g at 42nd week. there was a mean weight increase of 200g per week from the 27th to 38th week, when the gain decreased. conclusions: the availability of a brazilian curve of normal estimated fetal weight will allow for prenatal ultrasound diagnosis of deviations.
Biometric study of the width, length and depth of the root trunk groove of human lower second molars
RIOS, Constanza Marin de los;PUSTIGLIONI, Francisco Emílio;ROMITO, Giuseppe Alexandre;
Pesquisa Odontológica Brasileira , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-74912002000100005
Abstract: one hundred human lower second molars, 51 from the left side and 49 from the right side, extracted due to their poor clinical and radiographic conditions were utilized in this study. using a contracer apparatus, the profiles of the buccal and lingual root surfaces of these teeth were traced on a millimeter-scaled paper. the profiles were registered from the cementoenamel junction (cej), millimeter by millimeter, up to the entrance of the furcation. the width, length and depth of the root trunk groove, as well as the length of the root trunk, were studied. after statistical analysis (p < 0.05) it was possible to conclude that: a) the mean width of the root trunk groove on the buccal surface was 3.6 mm and, on the lingual surface, 3.3 mm; b) the mean depth of the root trunk groove on the buccal surface was 0.88 mm and, on the lingual surface, 0.77 mm; c) the mean length of the root trunk groove on the buccal surface was 2.93 mm and, on the lingual surface, 3.61 mm. the mean length of the root trunk on the buccal surface was 3.09 mm and, on the lingual surface, 3.91 mm (p < 0.025). there was a coincidence between the length of the root trunk and that of its groove in 90.2% of the buccal surfaces of the samples from the left side, and in 77.5% of the samples from the right side; on the lingual surface, the coincidence occurred in 77.5% of the teeth from the left side, and on 88.3% of the teeth from the right side. this work revealed that there is a concavity on the root trunk region of the lower second molar, whose depth and width were greater on the buccal surface and whose length was greater on the lingual surface. the depth of the root trunk groove increased in the apical direction, with maximum depth in the last millimeter of the root trunk. the root trunk was longer on the lingual surface than it was on the buccal surface.
Desempenho da ultra-sonografia na detec??o das metástases em linfonodos axilares em mulheres com cancer de mama
Jales, Rodrigo Menezes;Marussi, Emílio Francisco;Andrade, Kleber Cursino de;Derchain, Sophie Fran?oise Mauricette;
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-72032005000900006
Abstract: purpose: to evaluate the role of morphological (12) and doppler velocimetry (17) ultrasonographic features, in the detection of lymph node metastases in breast cancer patients. methods: 179 women (181 axillary cavities) were included in the study from january to december 2004. the ultrasonographic examinations were performed with a real-time linear probe (toshiba-power vision-6000 (model ssa-370a)). the morphological parameters were studied with a frequency of 7.5-12 mhz. a frequency of 5 mhz was used for the doppler velocimetry parameters. subsequently, the women were submitted to level i, ii and iii axillary dissection (158), or to the sentinel lymph node technique (23). sensitivity, specificity, and positive and negative predictive values were calculated for each parameter. the decision tree test was used for parameter association. the cutoff points were established by the roc curve. results: at least one lymph node was detected in 173 (96%) of the women by the ultrasonographic examinations. histological examination detected lymph node metastases in 87 women (48%). the best sensitivity among the morphological paramenters was found with the volume (62%), the antero-posterior diameter (62%) and the fatty hilum placement (56%). though the specificity of the extracapsular invasion (100%), border regularity (92%) and cortex echogenicity (99%) were high, the sensitivity of these features was too low. none of the doppler velocimetry parameters reached 50% sensitivity. the decision tree test selected the ultrasonographic parametners: fatty hilum placement, border regularity and cortex echogenicity, as the best parameter association. conclusion: the detection of axillary cavity lymph node stage by a noninvasive method still remains an unfulfilled goal in the treatment of patients with breast cancer.
Morphometric study of length and grooves of lower central incisors roots
Paulo Roberto Lisa SANCHEZ,Carmen Mueller STORRER,Giuseppe Alexandre ROMITO,Francisco Emílio PUSTIGLIONI
RSBO , 2009,
Abstract: Introduction: Root grooves are considered a risk factor for periodontal disease. The purpose of this study was to measure the length of the root of lower central incisors (LCI), as well as the width and depth of the concavities of their proximal surfaces. Material and methods: The width and depth of root concavities, as well as root length, were evaluated in 90 LCI. All teeth were measured using a digital contour measuring instrument (Contracer ) for the root grooves and a digital calliper for evaluating root length. Results:After statistical analysis (t- Student and Kruskal-Wallis Anova tests, p<0.05) it was possible to confirm: the mean root length on its distal surface (13.88 ±1.47 mm) and on its mesial surface (13.88 ±1.47 mm) and on its mesial surface (13.76±1.50 mm). Concavities were present in 100% of the samples; concavities were found 2 mm, coronally from the CEJ, at the CEJ, and at all root surface. The concavities were wider than deeper; on the mesial surface, the greatest width was 1.717 mm and the greatest depth was 0.118 mm. Conclusion: The distal surface of the lower central incisor is the longest. The root concavities on the proximal surfaces are present in 100%; the greatest width and depth was at 6 mm apically from the CEJ at both sides, which corresponds to the root middle third. One must get acquainted to the morphological variations of roots to enhance diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.
Varia o do volume de líquido amniótico por idade gestacional segundo algumas variáveis sociodemográficas e obstétricas em gesta es de baixo risco
Machado Maria Regina Marrocos,Cecatti José Guilherme,Santos Fernanda Fioravante Azank dos,Marussi Emílio Francisco
Revista Brasileira de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia , 2003,
Abstract: OBJETIVO: avaliar a associa o entre a varia o do índice de líquido amniótico (ILA) de acordo com a idade gestacional e variáveis sociodemográficas e obstétricas em gravidezes de baixo risco. MéTODO: estudo comparativo incluindo 2.868 mulheres com gravidez de baixo risco que foram avaliadas com exame ultra-sonográfico obstétrico de rotina, incluindo a biometria fetal e a medida do ILA. O exame foi realizado entre a 20a e a 42a semana de idade gestacional. Os dados foram analisados com o uso do teste t de Student, da análise de variancia do ILA em fun o da idade gestacional e demais variáveis de controle, e também por análise de regress o linear múltipla. RESULTADOS: n o houve varia o significativa quando avaliamos isoladamente os valores médios do ILA ao longo da idade gestacional em rela o com a idade materna, cor, escolaridade, hábito de fumar, paridade e presen a de cicatriz de cesárea, nem quando a avalia o foi conjunta por análise multivariada. Nesta situa o apenas a idade gestacional mostrou-se associada com a diminui o do ILA. De maneira geral, os valores médios de ILA mantiveram-se, em todas situa es avaliadas, entre a 20a e a 36a semana, com flutua es entre 140 e 180 mm, apresentando valores inferiores de 140 mm em queda progressiva após este limite de idade gestacional. CONCLUS ES: O ILA n o sofreu altera es significativas em rela o às variáveis sociodemográficas e obstétricas estudadas, durante a gesta o.
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