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Endodontic diagnosis: evaluation between clinical and histological findings
Lilian Dantas de Góes Silva,Sílvio Albergaria,Paloma Souza Gon?alves,Jean Nunes dos Santos
RGO : Revista Gaúcha de Odontologia , 2008,
Abstract: Objective: In this study, the aim was to analyze the histologic alterations in thirty dental pulps and correlate them with the clinical findings to verify agreement between the clinical and histopathologic diagnosis and contribute to knowledge about endodontic diagnosis. Methods: Using the methodology of Oliveira4, the pulpal conditions were clinically classified as normal, reversible pulpitis, pulpitis at the stage of transition, irreversible pulpitis and necrosis. Results: Lack of correlation was observed between the clinical and histopathologic diagnoses in the cases classified as reversible and at the stage of transition, which histologically consisted of irreversible lesions or degenerative alterations. All the cases clinically classified as irreversible corresponded to the histologic diagnoses. Conclusion: It was concluded that the correlation between clinical and histopathologic diagnosis of dental pulp was shown to be controversial, even though the semiotechnique used had been imperative for guidance about the irreversibility of pulpal lesion.
Express?o da laminina na membrana basal em carcinoma escamocelular oral
Souza, Leonardo Francisco Provedel de;Souza, Ver?nica Ferreira de;Silva, Lílian Dantas de Góes;Santos, Jean Nunes dos;Reis, Silvia Regina de Almeida;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992007000600008
Abstract: the basement membrane is a dynamic structure that undergoes quantitative and qualitative changes during the progression of squamous cell carcinoma, which is essencially important in tumoral invasion and metastasis. aim: this study is aimed at investigating the behavior of the basement membrane in oral squamous cell carcinomas with different malignancy scores, which were obtained through the immunohistochemical expression of the laminin, a glycoprotein present in the basement membrane. study desing: history cross-sectional cohort. material and method: thirty-one cases of oral squamous cell carcinoma were subjected to histological grading of malignant tumors. the immunohistochemical expression of the laminin in lesions bearing different scores of malignancy was evaluated according to intensity and integrity, using the streptavidin-biotin complex method. results: we noticed significant differences in the media between intensity and continuity laminin expression in relation to different grades of malignancy. conclusion: different expressions of laminin, a glycoprotein present in basement membranes were evident in oral cell carcinomas within different grades of histological malignancy.
A língua de sinais como foco de constru o do imaginário no brincar de crian as surdas/The sign language as focus of construction of imaginary in playing of deaf children
Marina Velosa Sim?es,,Raquel Silva Soares,Carmen Sanches Sampaio,Fabiano Souto Rosa,Heloísa Andréia Vicente de Matos,Ivani Rodrigues Silva,Rosana Cheffer,Liliane Ferrari Giordani,Lodenir Becker Karnopp,Zilda Maria Gesueli,Lia de Moura,Andréa da Silva Rosa,Gladis Perlin,Paula Michelle da Silva Pereira,Vanessa Regina de Oliveira Martins,Ronice Muller de Quadros,Sandra Patrícia de Faria,Tanya Amara Felipe,Fernando C. Capovilla,Alessandra G. S. Capovilla,Luis E. Behares,Karin Lilian Strobel,Lilian Cristine Ribe
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: O brincar é de fundamental importancia na infancia, pois engloba a cogni o, o afeto e a linguagem. As representa es dos papéis sociais e o brincar est o vinculados às quest es do desenvolvimento e educa o das crian as. O brincar leva a realiza o dos desejos que n o podem ser realizados e satisfaz a necessidade de intera o com o objeto e com pessoas promovendo o desenvolvimento das crian as. O objetivo desse estudo foi de investigar como as crian as surdas que se comunicam por meio da língua de sinais representam e constroem os papéis sociais no jogo imaginário. As reflex es sobre os autores em rela o às crian as surdas que possuem uma comunica o por meio da língua de sinais e suas representa es dos papéis sociais dentro do jogo imaginário versam sobre a quest o de que as crian as quando brincam desenvolvem a língua de sinais e a linguagem. Esta pesquisa pode constatar que as crian as surdas brincam e utilizam as representa es sociais, pois possuem uma língua de sinais que as possibilita adquirirem a linguagem. Playing is very important in the childhood, because it is composed by cognition, the affection and the language. The representations of the social roles and playing are tied with the questions of the development and education of the children. Playing takes the accomplishment of the desires that cannot be carried through and satisfies the necessity of interaction with the object and people promoting the development of the children. The objective of this study was to investigate how deaf children, that uses sign language, represent and construct the social roles in the imagining playing. There are some researchers who consider deaf children and their communication through sign language and its social role representation in the imagining playing. They claim that while children play they develop sign language and the global language itself. The sign language is the language of deaf children. This research could establish that deaf children play and use social representations, because a sign language that make possible language acquisition. Keywords Surdez --- Língua de sinais --- Brincar --- Deafness --- Sign language --- Playing
Evaluation of the genetic polymorphism of Plasmodium falciparum P126 protein (SERA or SERP) and its influence on naturally acquired specific antibody responses in malaria-infected individuals living in the Brazilian Amazon
Lilian Pratt-Riccio, Selma Sallenave-Sales, Joseli de Oliveira-Ferreira, Bruno T da Silva, Monick Guimar?es, Fátima Santos, Thatiane S de Simone, Mariza G Morgado, Salvatore G de Simone, Maria de Fátima Ferreira-Da-Cruz, Cláudio T Daniel-Ribeiro, Mariano G Zalis, Daniel Camus, Dalma M Banic
Malaria Journal , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-7-144
Abstract: The study was carried out in two villages, Candeias do Jamari (Rondonia state) and Peixoto de Azevedo (Mato Grosso state), both located in the south-western part of the Amazon region. The repetitive region of the gene encoding the P126 antigen was PCR amplified and sequenced with the di-deoxy chain termination procedure. The antibody response was evaluated by ELISA with the Nt47 synthetic peptide corresponding to the P126 OR-II domain.Only two types of OR fragments were identified in the studied areas, one of 175 bp (OR-I) and other of 199 bp (OR-II). A predominance of the OR-II fragment was observed in Candeias do Jamari whereas in Peixoto de Azevedo both fragments OR-I and OR-II were frequent as well as mixed infection (both fragments simultaneously) reported here for the first time. Comparing the DNA sequencing of OR-I and OR-II fragments, there was a high conservation among predicted amino acid sequences of the P126 N-terminal extremity. Data of immune response demonstrated that the OR domain is highly immunogenic in natural conditions of exposure and that the polymorphism of the OR domain does not apparently influence the specific immune response.These findings confirm a limited genetic polymorphism of the P126 OR domain in P. falciparum isolates and that this limited genetic polymorphism does not seem to influence the development of a specific humoral immune response to P126 and its immunogenicity in the studied population.The Plasmodium falciparum P126 protein is an asexual blood-stage malaria vaccine candidate antigen. P126, also referred to as SERA [1] and SERP [2], is synthesized during the late trophozoite and schizont stages being secreted in the lumen of the parasitophorous vacuole [3], estimated by proteomic studies to be one of the most abundant protein expressed at the schizont stage [4]. Upon release of merozoites from mature schizonts, P126 is processed into fragments of 50 and 73 kD, the latter composed of two peptides of 47 and 18 kD linked by di
Lycopene Supplementation Attenuates Oxidative Stress Parameters in the Plasma of Humans with Cad after Intense Exercise  [PDF]
Marília C. Araujo, Fernanda S. Soares, Merieli M. Ronsani, Luiz G. C. Rocha, Lilian C. Vieira, Luciano A. Silva, Tales de Carvalho, Magnus Benetti, Ricardo A. Pinho
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2011.24034
Abstract: To investigate the effects of moderate and intense exercise (ME,IE) and lycopene (L) supplementation on oxidative stress biomarkers in patients with CAD. Rehabilitation clinic.Thirty-two male volunteers with CAD (55.65 ? 2.27 years, 77.27 ? 3.95 kg, 171.9 ? 2.80 cm) were divided into four groups; ME-Placebo (n = 7), ME + L (n = 8), IE-Placebo (n = 8) and IE-L (n = 9). Blood samples (12 mL) were collected before supplementation (one cereal bars – 15 mg of syn-thetic lycopene) and exercise (45 min plus 15 min of stretching, 3/wk) and after five weeks of supplementation and 72 h after exercise. Nitrite/nitrate concentrations (NOx), lipoperoxidation (TBARS levels), protein carbonylation (PC) and superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) activity were assessed in plasma. NOx decreased significantly in the ME-P, IE-P and ME-L groups at 72 h after exercise and increased in the IE-L 72 h after the last exercise session. The IE-L group demonstrated decreased TBARS at 72 h after the last exercise session. The level of PC increased only in EI-P at 72 h after the last exercise session, while only the EI-L group presented a reduction. SOD increased signifi-cantly in both placebo groups 72 h after the last exercise session and decreased in the ME-L group 72 h after in rela-tion to placebo groups. CAT increased in ME-P, IE-P and IE-L groups only at 72 h after the last exercise session. The lycopene supplementation attenuates some markers of oxidative stress associated with IE Lycopene also had dissimilar effects on some markers of oxidative stress in subjects undertaking ME versus IE.
Reasons for Reading in Infancy and the Child’s Development under the Light of Historical-Cultural Theory: A Path to Understand the Development of the Reading Ability in Childhood  [PDF]
Cyntia G. G. Sim?es Girotto, Sandra Aparecida Pires Franco, Cassiana Magalh?es, Greice Ferreira da Silva, Ana Claudia Bazé de Lima, Daniele Aparecida Russo, Andressa Cristina Molinari
Creative Education (CE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2017.86072
Abstract: This essay is a bibliographical-theoretical research that focuses on understanding the reasons and the conditions necessary for the development of the reading ability since infancy and its relation to the child’s development. Thus, it aims at comprehending the process of literacy learning in teaching and in learning the ability to read since infancy. The objectives and methodology meant to understand the relationship between written language, reading and the development of early readers in their relation to the book. For achieving that, we considered the concept of what a child is, of a child’s development, of the reading ability, and the formation of the early reader as the basis for the discussion, under Historical-Cultural Theory. The results show that when a child is treated as an individual who is beyond classification and categorization—which establishes a child’s development as a linear process defined by nature—to view her as an individual that constructs thoughts, language, imagination, and affect, thus constructing the self, in its life history and in the rela-tions with the other.
Tonsil volume, tonsil grade and obstructive sleep apnea: is there any meaningful correlation?
Cahali, Michel Burihan;Soares, Carolina Ferraz de Paula;Dantas, Danielle Andrade da Silva;Formigoni, Gilberto Guanaes Sim?es;
Clinics , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-59322011000800007
Abstract: objectives: the aims of this study were to evaluate the correlation between oropharyngeal examination and objective palatine tonsil volume in snoring adults and verify the influence of the oropharyngeal anatomy, body mass index, age, and severity of obstructive sleep apnea on actual tonsil volume. in addition, we aimed to assess the influence of tonsil size on obstructive sleep apnea in adults. introduction: pharyngeal wall geometry is often altered in adults who have obstructive sleep apnea, and this might influence the findings of the oropharyngeal examination that, in turn, are the key factors when considering surgical management for this condition. furthermore, the correlation between the actual tonsil volume and the severity of obstructive sleep apnea in adults is currently unknown. methods: we prospectively studied 130 patients with obstructive sleep apnea or primary snoring who underwent pharyngeal surgery with intraoperative measurement of tonsil volume. we compared tonsil volume with preoperative polysomnography, oropharyngeal examination, and anthropometric data. results: we found a significant correlation between actual tonsil volume and subjective tonsil grade. we also found a significant correlation between tonsil volume and the apnea-hypopnea index. using a multivariate linear regression model, tonsil volume was found to be significantly correlated with age, body mass index, and oropharyngeal examination, but not with polysomnography. clinically, only the rare tonsil grade iv was indicative of more severe obstructive sleep apnea. conclusions: there is a strong correlation between clinical tonsil grade and objective tonsil volume in snoring adults, and this correlation exists regardless of the presence or severity of obstructive sleep apnea. pharyngeal tissue volume likely reflects the body mass index rather than obstructive sleep apnea severity.
Plantas medicinais usadas pelos índios Tapebas do Ceará
Morais, Selene Maia de;Dantas, Joana D'arc Pereira;Silva, Ana Raquel Araújo da;Magalh?es, Everaldo Farias;
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-695X2005000200017
Abstract: this work presents a survey of the medicinal plants used by tapebas indians from the state of ceará - brazil, trying to rescue their culture which is vanishing through the years. several interviews were performed at the indian's community located at municipality of caucaia, 16 km away from fortaleza, capital city of the state of ceará. a total of 63 plants were cited. the interviews were based on the frequency that the plants are used and their respective uses. samples of the plants were collected and classified by botanists of the prisco bezerra herbarium of the universidade federal do ceará. a literature survey was carried out with all known plants to obtain chemical, pharmacological and toxicological informations. the results show that the tapebas use plants with no reported chemical and pharmacological informations and other plants which were already studied but need yet more studies to assure complete safety for a general use and production of phytoterapics.
Andréa Christianne Gomes Barretto,Lilian Maria Nery de Barros Góes,Dulcilene Lacerda do Nascimento,Paulo de Paula Mendes
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2012,
Abstract: For carrying out blood cell count, the use anti-coagulants is necessary, and in the specific case of the hemolymph in shrimp, there is still no standard solution to avoid its coagulation. Sodium citrate is frequently used as anti-coagulant, because it has been previously proven to be efficient in the preservation of the hemocytes of the sea shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. In 140 samples of hemolymph with sodium citrate (10%) in the ratio of 1:1, collected at 2 stages of cultivation, in dry and wet season, were examined for HTC immediately after collection and then again after storage in the refrigerator. All data were analyzed using modeling mathematics formulas (P < 0.05). After storage in the refrigerator, the number of cells decreased considerably. Therefore, the anticoagulant sodium citrate only preserved the hemolymph of the shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei for HTC when the count was done immediately after collection.
Estado nutricional alterado e sua associa??o com perfil lipídico e hábitos de vida em idosos hipertensos
Montenegro Neto,Asdrúbal Nóbrega; Oliveira da Silva Sim?es,M?nica; Dantas de Medeiros,Ana Claudia; da Silva Portela,Alyne; Moreira da Silva Dantas,Paulo; Irany Knackfuss,Maria;
Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutrición , 2008,
Abstract: the objective of this study was to verify the frequency of central and generalized obesity and its association with lipid profile and lifestyle in hypertensive elders enrolled in hiperdia system in campina grande, paraíba, brazil. this cross-sectional comparative and associative study was performed on a sample of 131 hypertensive elders (range: 60 to 92 years). they were divided into groups by sex (masculine) n=34 and (feminine) n=97, and by age (60 to 69) n=59, (70 to 79) n=58 and (= 80) n=14. anthropometric and biochemical assessments and interviews containing information about medical diagnosis and socioeconomic, demographic, and lifestyle characteristics were performed. a descriptive statistics analysis was used and in the comparative analysis we used student′s t test or one-way anova. to the association we used fisher′s exact test or chi-square test. seventy-five point eight percent of who were interviewed were sedentarians. men showed frequencies of 14.7% of overweight and 11.8% of obesity, and women showed frequencies of 24.7% and 21.6%, respectively. in the waist-to-hip ratio - whr analysis it was observed that 76.3% of women and 26.5% of men showed inadequate values. considering the waistline measurement - wm, 95.9% of women and 52.9% of men showed high risk. considering the abdominal circumference - ac, 95.9% of women and 38.2% of men showed values that indicated risk. only men showed significative association between whr, ac and body mass index = 30 kg/m2, that indicated central obesity, (p=0.0480) and (p=0.0040), respectively. results point to a high frequency of overweight and central obesity associated with sedentarism.
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