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REVIEW: Development and Security in Southeast Asia. Vol. 1, The Environment (David B. Dewitt and Carolina G. Hernandez, eds.)
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2004,
Abstract: Review of Development and Security in Southeast Asia. Vol. 1, The Environment (David B. Dewitt and Carolina G. Hernandez, eds.).
REVIEW: The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives (Julian Go and Anne L. Foster, eds.)
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2005,
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REVIEW: State and Society in the Philippines (Patricio N. Abinales and Donna J. Amoroso)
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2006,
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Doubts and Dissents on Food Sovereignty
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2011,
Abstract: Working on the trope that propagating the concept of food sovereignty is akin to proselytizing a belief, the essay raises questions on the claims and intents of food sovereignty.
REVIEWS: Islam in Southeast Asia: Political, Social and Strategic Challenges for the 21st Century (K.S. Nathan and Mohammad Hashim Kamali, eds.)
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2007,
Abstract: Review of Islam in Southeast Asia: Political, Social and Strategic Challenges for the 21st Century.
REVIEW: Contending with the Crisis of Islam and the Myth of Confrontation
Joel F. Ariate Jr.
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 2003,
Abstract: Review of Fred Halliday's Islam and the Myth of Confrontation: Religion and Politics in the Middle East, 2nd ed., and Bernard Lewis's The Crisis of Islam: Holy War and Unholy Terror.
Response of Coastal Fishes to the Gulf of Mexico Oil Disaster
F. Joel Fodrie,Kenneth L. Heck Jr.
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0021609
Abstract: The ecosystem-level impacts of the Deepwater Horizon disaster have been largely unpredictable due to the unique setting and magnitude of this spill. We used a five-year (2006–2010) data set within the oil-affected region to explore acute consequences for early-stage survival of fish species inhabiting seagrass nursery habitat. Although many of these species spawned during spring-summer, and produced larvae vulnerable to oil-polluted water, overall and species-by-species catch rates were high in 2010 after the spill (1,989±220 fishes km-towed?1 [μ ± 1SE]) relative to the previous four years (1,080±43 fishes km-towed?1). Also, several exploited species were characterized by notably higher juvenile catch rates during 2010 following large-scale fisheries closures in the northern Gulf, although overall statistical results for the effects of fishery closures on assemblage-wide CPUE data were ambiguous. We conclude that immediate, catastrophic losses of 2010 cohorts were largely avoided, and that no shifts in species composition occurred following the spill. The potential long-term impacts facing fishes as a result of chronic exposure and delayed, indirect effects now require attention.
A oncopsiquiatria no cancer de mama: considera??es a respeito de quest?es do feminino
Cantinelli, Fábio Scaramboni;Camacho, Renata Sciorilli;Smaletz, Oren;Gonsales, Bárbara Karina;Braguittoni, érika;Rennó Jr., Joel;
Revista de Psiquiatria Clínica , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-60832006000300002
Abstract: the authors performed a broad literature review about psychiatric factors in breast cancer. inside the master reasoning of the surgical and oncological treatments, an emphasis was made on heir impact over the mental health. aspects like surgical possibilities and body image and its impact over the self-estime and sexuality and systemic treatments and their physical consequences, like fatigue, nausea and vomiting were discussed. the differences between the aged groups treated also were considered, separating their issues. topics about quality of life was always considered. questions about pharmacological and psychotherapeutical approach were considered too, including alternative medicine.
Transtornos psiquiátricos na gesta??o e no puerpério: classifica??o, diagnóstico e tratamento
Camacho, Renata Sciorilli;Cantinelli, Fábio Scaramboni;Ribeiro, Carmen Sylvia;Cantilino, Amaury;Gonsales, Bárbara Karina;Braguittoni, érika;Rennó Jr., Joel;
Revista de Psiquiatria Clínica , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-60832006000200009
Abstract: several questions regarding mental health during the period of pregnancy and puerperium are still open. even this seems contradictory, many patient present sadness or anxiety instead of joy in these phases of life. the limits between physiological and the pathological one can be narrow, what it may generate doubts in obstetricians, physicians or psychiatrists. many patients also feel guilty, harming the treatment and the acceptance of her pathology in a phase that theoretically would have to be of joy. few decades ago till today, there are studies that investigate deeper on this topic, but some questions still are in discussion: the puerperal diseases could be a manifestation of a previous disease not adequately treated? would be the pregnancy or the puerperium protective factors or risk factors for the psychiatric diseases development? could be involved in the etiology the hormonal alterations that occur in this period? which would be the main factors of risk? in which situations it would be adjusted to use medications as treatment? this article has the proposal to discuss some of these questions that are immersed on a topic that is still opening to investigation to let us with more accuracy conclusions.
Pentavalent antimonial nephrotoxicity in the rat
Veiga, Joel Paulo R.;Khanam, Rashida;Rosa, Tania T.;Junqueira Jr., Luiz F.;Brant, Plínio C.;Raick, Alberto N.;Friedman, Horacio;Marsden, Phillip D.;
Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de S?o Paulo , 1990, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-46651990000400012
Abstract: aspects of the renal function were assessed in rats treated with the pentavalent antimonials glucantime (meglumine antimoniate, rhodia) or pentostam (sodium stibogluconate, wellcome). in dose of 30 mg of sbv (glucantime or pentostam) by 100 mg of weight by day for 30 days, renal functional changes were observed consisting of disturbances in urine concentrating capacity. such disturbances were expressed by significantly low values of urine osmolality as compared to the basal values previous to the drugs. the decrease in urine osmolality was associated to a significant increase in urinary flow and in negative free-water clearance. there was no alteration in osmolar clearance and in fractional excretion of sodium. these observations suggest an interference of the drugs in the action of the antidiuretic hormone. the disturbance in urine concentration was reversible after a seven days period without the drugs administration. no significant histopathological alterations were observed in the kidneys of the rats treated with the drugs. on the other hand, the rats treated with a high dose of pentostam (200 mg/100 grams of weight/day) showed the functional and the histopathological alterations of the acute tubular necrosis.
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