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Torsión anexial sin patología ovárica en gestante del primer trimestre
García Mejido,José Antonio; Sainz Bueno,José Antonio; Artura Serrano,Antonio; Caballero Fernández,Virginia;
Revista chilena de obstetricia y ginecología , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75262012000100011
Abstract: adnexal torsion during pregnancy is a rare entity and usually occurs in the context of an increase in the mass of the annex. it is important to establish the diagnosis by ultrasound and in case of doubt we recommend the use of diagnostic laparoscopy for treatment as early as possible.
Torsión anexial sin patología ovárica en gestante del primer trimestre
José Antonio García Mejido,José Antonio Sainz Bueno,Antonio Artura Serrano,Virginia Caballero Fernández
Revista Chilena de Obstetricia y Ginecología , 2012,
Abstract: La torsión anexial durante el embarazo es una entidad muy poco frecuente y casi siempre ocurre en el contexto de una masa anexial. Es importante establecer el diagnóstico mediante ecografía y en caso de duda se recomienda la utilización de laparoscopia diagnóstica para realizar el tratamiento lo más precozmente posible. Adnexal torsion during pregnancy is a rare entity and usually occurs in the context of an increase in the mass of the annex. It is important to establish the diagnosis by ultrasound and in case of doubt we recommend the use of diagnostic laparoscopy for treatment as early as possible.
Altera??es de estados de animo presentes em atletas de voleibol, avaliados em fases do campeonato
Bueno, José Lino Oliveira;Di Bonifácio, Marco Antonio;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722007000100021
Abstract: mood alterations in volleyball athletes with regard to the gender of participants and to different competition phases are provided. thirteen female and eleven male athletes at a competition semifinals and finals accepted to fill the present mood states list. results show that, regardless of the competition phase, a common outline for both groups is extant. female athletes demonstrated a greater perception in evaluating mood states and used a higher number of phrases for self expression. statements with significant differences in the game factor showed that the importance of the game and the uncertainty of results may change the athletes? mood states.
Programmed cell death (apoptosis): the regulating mechanisms of cellular proliferation
MORALES GONZáLEZ, JOSé ANTONIO;BUENO CARDOSO, AILEEN;MARICHI RODRíGUEZ, FRANCISCO;GUTIéRREZ SALINAS, JOSé;
Archivos de neurociencias (México, D.F.) , 2004,
Abstract: the process of cell death under physiologic conditions has been recognized as an important phenomenon in normal embryonic development and in maintenance of tissue and organ homeostasis in the adult. this type of death is genetically controlled in a similar manner to the processes of cellular proliferation and differentiation and, similarly, the appearance of this type of cell death is predictable during development. the fact that a specific genetic program controls cell death implies that cells play an active role in their own destruction. given the morphologic and biochemical characteristics of this type of death, the term apoptosis was coined to differentiate this process from necrosis. the genes that control programmed cell death show a high rate of conservation among various animals, beginning with nematodes all the way to higher vertebrates, suggesting that this process first appeared with the most primitive multicellular animals. here we review some of the most relevant characteristics of this type of cell death nearly 25 years after it was first defined.
Neurocysticercosis: detection of IgG, IgA and IgE antibodies in cerebrospinal fluid, serum and saliva samples by ELISA with Taenia solium and Taenia crassiceps antigens
BUENO, EDNéIA CASAGRANDA;VAZ, ADELAIDE JOSé;MACHADO, LUíS DOS RAMOS;LIVRAMENTO, JOSé ANTONIO;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2000000100003
Abstract: we assayed samples of cerebrospinal fluid (csf), serum and saliva from patients with neurocysticercoses, control group and individuals with other parasitoses, by elisa with taenia crassiceps vesicular fluid antigen (tcra) and taenia solium total antigen (tso) for the detection of antibodies. the sensitivity for igg-tcra was 100% for csf and serum, and 32.0% for saliva; and for igg-tso 100% for csf, 80.0% for serum and 24.% for saliva. specificity was 100% for csf and 80.0% for serum with both antigens, and 100% for saliva with tcra and 87.5% with tso. the sensitivity and specificity for iga-tcra was, respectively, 40.0% and 100% for csf, 36.0% and 97.1% for serum, and 4.0% and 90.0% for saliva. ige detection showed 24.0% sensitivity and 97.1% specificity for serum, with no detection in csf samples. the search for antibodies revealed the presence of igg > iga > ige in csf, serum and saliva samples, with igg being present in all phases of the disease, while iga/ige were more frequent in the inactive form.
Neurocysticercosis: detection of IgG, IgA and IgE antibodies in cerebrospinal fluid, serum and saliva samples by ELISA with Taenia solium and Taenia crassiceps antigens
BUENO EDNéIA CASAGRANDA,VAZ ADELAIDE JOSé,MACHADO LUíS DOS RAMOS,LIVRAMENTO JOSé ANTONIO
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2000,
Abstract: We assayed samples of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), serum and saliva from patients with neurocysticercoses, control group and individuals with other parasitoses, by ELISA with Taenia crassiceps vesicular fluid antigen (Tcra) and Taenia solium total antigen (Tso) for the detection of antibodies. The sensitivity for IgG-Tcra was 100% for CSF and serum, and 32.0% for saliva; and for IgG-Tso 100% for CSF, 80.0% for serum and 24.% for saliva. Specificity was 100% for CSF and 80.0% for serum with both antigens, and 100% for saliva with Tcra and 87.5% with Tso. The sensitivity and specificity for IgA-Tcra was, respectively, 40.0% and 100% for CSF, 36.0% and 97.1% for serum, and 4.0% and 90.0% for saliva. IgE detection showed 24.0% sensitivity and 97.1% specificity for serum, with no detection in CSF samples. The search for antibodies revealed the presence of IgG > IgA > IgE in CSF, serum and saliva samples, with IgG being present in all phases of the disease, while IgA/IgE were more frequent in the inactive form.
Trichogramma acacioi (Hymenoptera, Trichogrammatidae) parasitism capacity at different temperatures and factitious hosts
Pratissoli, Dirceu;Bueno, Adeney de Freitas;Bueno, Regiane Cristina Oliveira de Freitas;Zanúncio, José Cola;Polanczyk, Ricardo Antonio;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262009000100032
Abstract: it was studied the parasitism capacity of trichogramma acacioi on anagasta kuehniella and sitotroga cerealella eggs at different temperatures (15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 ± 1°c). the parasitism of t. acacioi varied with temperature and host. the highest parasitism (380%) were observed during the first days after emergence in both hosts, at all tested temperatures. the accumulated parasitism varied with both host and temperature, being higher on a. kuehniella at 20°c, what shows good parasitoid species adaptation to this temperature. thus, we conclude that the best host and best temperature to be used at mass-rearing of t. acacioi is a. kuehniella and 20oc, respectively. moreover, this trichogramma species has great potential to be used in field releases at regions where average temperature is around 20oc.
De FECUM a FECUN: política y religión entre los congregantes marranos (1965-1977)
Carlos Sainz José
Política y Sociedad , 1996, DOI: -
Abstract: Sin resumen
In memorian: Dr. José Manuel Pérez-Macias (1948-2008)
José Sainz Arregui
Cirugía Plástica Ibero-Latinoamericana , 2008,
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Scattering Polarization and Hanle Effect in Stellar Atmospheres with Horizontal Inhomogeneities
Rafael Manso Sainz,Javier Trujillo Bueno
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/743/1/12
Abstract: Scattering of light from an anisotropic source produces linear polarization in spectral lines and the continuum. In the outer layers of a stellar atmosphere the anisotropy of the radiation field is typically dominated by the radiation escaping away, but local horizontal fluctuations of the physical conditions may also contribute, distorting the illumination and hence, the polarization pattern. Additionally, a magnetic field may perturb and modify the line scattering polarization signals through the Hanle effect. Here, we study such symmetry-breaking effects. We develop a method to solve the transfer of polarized radiation in a scattering atmosphere with weak horizontal fluctuations of the opacity and source functions. It comprises linearization (small opacity fluctuations are assumed), reduction to a quasi-planeparallel problem through harmonic analysis, and numerical solution by generalized standard techniques. We apply this method to study scattering polarization in atmospheres with horizontal fluctuations in the Planck function and opacity. We derive several very general results and constraints from considerations on the symmetries and dimensionality of the problem, and we give explicit solutions of a few illustrative problems of especial interest. For example, we show (a) how the amplitudes of the fractional linear polarization signals change when considering increasingly smaller horizontal atmospheric inhomogeneities, (b) that in the presence of such inhomogeneities even a vertical magnetic field may modify the scattering line polarization, and (c) that forward scattering polarization may be produced without the need of an inclined magnetic field. These results are important to understand the physics of the problem and as benchmarks for multidimensional radiative transfer codes.
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