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Drumul c tre spectacolul ideal: Parsifal de Richard Wagner la Bayreuth
Lucian Sinigaglia
Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzic?, Cinematografie , 2007,
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Henrik Ibsen n Romania (III)
Lucian Sinigaglia
Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzic?, Cinematografie , 2010,
Abstract: Part of a monographic study, this paper deals with the introduction of Ibsen's oeuvre in Romanian culture and its significant influence among theatre practitioners. In the third chapter, the author continues to analyse the contribution of Romanian theatre thinkers to the exegesis of Ibsen. He then traces back the history of The Wild Duck and Rosmersholm on Romanian stage, from the late nineteenth through the twentieth century. The paper provides data regarding the casts and crews engaged in the production of the two plays, and it includes excerpts from several theatre reviews.With his keen sense for both human inner conflicts and the wider social picture, the Norwegian playwright was a major challenge for actors, stage directors, scenographers; by drawing the history of staging Ibsen in Romania, the author also offers a glimpse into the evolving mentality of theatre-going public and the development of theatrical language.
Henrik Ibsen n Romania (I)
Lucian Sinigaglia
Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzic?, Cinematografie , 2008,
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Henrik Ibsen n Romania (II)
Lucian Sinigaglia
Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzic?, Cinematografie , 2009,
Abstract: This study explores the history of introducing Ibsen’s oeuvre in Romanian culture and its increasing influence among theatre practitioners. The second chapter begins by examining how theatre thinkers have discussed the major recurrent themes of Ibsen’s dramatic works. The author comments on a number of essays published in the interwar period by prominent writers and aestheticians (Ion Marin Sadoveanu, Camil Petrescu, Mihai Ralea and Tudor Vianu), pointing out their fresh contribution to Ibsenian exegesis. Then he brings into focus the career of Ghosts and An Enemy of the People on the Romanian stage, from the late nineteenth through the twentieth century. The research provides rich data regarding the actors, the directors and the scenographers involved along the time in the production of these two Ibsenian plays. Including excerpts from various theatre reviews, it also offers an insight into the evolution of the theatrical language in Romania.
"Eduard al III-lea" de William Shakespeare, regia Alexandru Tocilescu, stagiunea 2007–2008, Bucure ti, Teatrul Na ional
Lucian Sinigaglia
Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzic?, Cinematografie , 2008,
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Book reviews
Vasile Vasile,Lucian Sinigaglia
Studii si Cercetari de Istoria Artei : Teatru, Muzic?, Cinematografie , 2010,
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Gene expression analysis of Th1 and Th2 cells: clues to homing in inflammation
F Sinigaglia
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2001, DOI: 10.1186/ar158
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Osteo-Rheumatology: a new discipline?
Gerolamo Bianchi, Luigi Sinigaglia
Arthritis Research & Therapy , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/ar3708
Abstract: Since its origin, the meeting focused on the interactions between the bone tissue, the immune system and the cartilage in osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and spondyloarthropathies, always considering the two sides of the coin: the basic and clinical. In past years, as well as this year, specific sessions were dedicated to osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and ankylosing spondylitis, respectively, with a starting session considering the general aspects of the topic. In this context, the bone damage as an early manifestation of arthritides, the systemic skeletal involvement in RA, the crucial role played by subchondral bone in the pathogenesis and progression of OA, the pathophysiology of glucocorticoids damage on the bone tissue, and the potential beneficial effects of newly approved agents such as bisphosphonates and biologics, but not only, were discussed.In 2011, the meeting has been named, for its first time, "Osteo-Rheumatology", thus implying the necessity of giving a more clear definition to topics presented and the issues raised. Even this year, experts in bone and rheumatic diseases interacted to improve our knowledge regarding the bone involvement in arthritis and to raise issues to be addressed in the future.
Pain assessment in clinical Rheumatology
L. Sinigaglia,M. Varenna
Reumatismo , 2011, DOI: 10.4081/reumatismo.2001.166
Abstract: The diagnostic approach in clinical practice in Rheumatology is mainly based on the recognition of pain origin. Patient’s experience of pain may be similar in different diseases involving bones, joints, tendons, muscles or peripheral nervous system. The analysis of some characteristics of pain may be helpful in the diagnostic approach. In this perspective pain must be analyzed according to the type, localization, occurrence, elicitation and concomitant clinical signs. In the majority of cases this analysis allows a preliminary differential diagnosis which is essential to drive further assessments. The diagnostic approach to arthropaties is based on a group of indicative criteria which include diffusion of the arthropathy, the involved sites, the course of the joint disease, the joint damage, the history of preceding events and the presence of extra-articular features which accompany joint disease. This kind of clinical approach helps the clinician in saving time and reducing costs of diagnosis by driving any further investigation.
Adherence to treatment of osteoporosis: an open question
M. Varenna,L. Sinigaglia
Reumatismo , 2011, DOI: 10.4081/reumatismo.2009.4
Abstract: Effective drug therapies are available for a wide range of chronic medical conditions but adherence to medications is currently low with poor health outcomes. Evidences support that drug nonadherence is a universal problem more than a disease- and drug-specific problem. Although several methods have been proposed for the assessment of adherence, accurate measurement continues to be difficult and most studies produced inconsistent results on determinants of nonadherence. Osteoporosis is a chronic, asymptomatic illness before fracture, and poor adherence with antiresorptive medications is a significant problem in preventing its adverse consequences. Currently approved therapies for osteoporosis are effective and lower fracture risk, but about 50% of patients discontinues treatment within 12 months of initiation. Poor adherence has been associated with increased fracture risk and increased resource use and hospitalization. Causes of nonadherence to osteoporosis therapies are unknown. Some variables predictive of nonadherence have been found (older age, comorbidity, previous fractures, bone mineral density assessment, number of medications, institutionalisation) but explain only a small proportion of the variability of adherence. Patients may fail to remain on their medication for reasons that include inconvenience or complexity of dosing, high cost, side effects and lack of appreciation of the benefits of therapy. Potential solutions of poor adherence of osteoporosis may include a close monitoring of persistence and compliance, an improved relationship between physician and patient, and newer medications with extended dosing intervals.
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