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MARKETING E A ESTRATéGIA USADA NA PRODU O ARQUITET NICA: UMA CRíTICA à PRODU O IMOBILIáRIA DE EDIFíCIOS NA CIDADE DE SANTOS, A PARTIR DE 2005
José Alberto Carvalho dos Santos Claro,Mariana Mazzariello Damante
Gest?o & Regionalidade , 2009,
Abstract: Este trabalho tem como objetivo apresentar uma análise crítica da produ o imobiliária de edifícios na cidade de Santos, a partir de 2005. Observou-se que o marketing imobiliário atua desfavoravelmentecomo agente de despersonaliza o das cidades, contribuindo de maneira negativa para a forma o cultural do indivíduo e sua rela o com o meio em que vive, por retratar uma distor o de valores influenciadapelas táticas adotadas. O presente estudo, portanto, visa a reunir conhecimentos gerais de arquitetura e marketing, estudar a rela o das disciplinas e de sua aplicabilidade ao mercado imobiliário, assim como analisar a qualidade do “produto imobiliário”. O método inicialmente utilizado foi o exploratório, baseado em revis o bibliográfica, seguido de um estudo de caso único da cidade de Santos e finalizado por uma pesquisa descritiva e documental sobre os empreendimentos imobiliários na cidade. Foi percebido que o mercado imobiliário oferece o que é conscientemente almejado pelo grupo social em quest o, evocando imagens sobre valores associados a padr es de comportamento e signos identificáveis com determinada classe social, sugerindo uma atmosfera de conforto, seguran a, estabilidade, tradi o e riqueza, e assim garantindo a diferencia o social, ainda que os atributos n o estejam materializados na forma da edifica o.
A contribution to the diagnosis of the small dentigerous cyst or the paradental cyst
DAMANTE, José Humberto;FLEURY, Raul Negr?o;
Pesquisa Odontológica Brasileira , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-74912001000300010
Abstract: the aim of this study was to verify the relationship between the radiographically measured width of the pericoronal space (ps) and the microscopic features of the follicle in order to contribute to the diagnosis of small dentigerous cysts and paradental cysts. one hundred and thirty unerupted teeth (ut) and thirty-five partially erupted teeth (pet) were radiographed and extracted. the radiographic analysis consisted of measuring the width of the ps. the results of the radiographic analysis were compared with those of the histopathologic examination of the dental follicle. the width of the ps ranged from 0.1 to 5.6 mm. the most frequently observed lining of the follicles was a reduced enamel epithelium (ree) (68.4%) in ut and a hyperplastic stratified squamous epithelium (hsse) (68.5%) in pet. inflammation was present in 36.1% of the ut and in 82.8% of the pet. there was a statistically significant association between the presence of stratified squamous epithelium (sse) and ps enlargement for ut (p < 0.05). there was a tendency of association between inflammation and ps enlargements in pet and, possibly, in ut, despite the absence of statistical significance. surgically, we did not detect bone cavitation or luminal cystic contents in pericoronal spaces smaller than 5.6 mm. we suggest that the first radiographic diagnosis for a ps enlargement, in most of the routine clinical cases, should be of "inflammation of the follicle". the hypothesis of "dentigerous cyst" or "paradental cyst" is suggested as a second diagnosis. the final differential diagnosis between a small dentigerous or a paradental cyst and a pericoronal follicle depends on clinical and/or surgical findings, such as the presence of bone cavitation and cystic content.
A contribution to the diagnosis of the small dentigerous cyst or the paradental cyst
DAMANTE José Humberto,FLEURY Raul Negr?o
Pesquisa Odontológica Brasileira , 2001,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to verify the relationship between the radiographically measured width of the pericoronal space (PS) and the microscopic features of the follicle in order to contribute to the diagnosis of small dentigerous cysts and paradental cysts. One hundred and thirty unerupted teeth (UT) and thirty-five partially erupted teeth (PET) were radiographed and extracted. The radiographic analysis consisted of measuring the width of the PS. The results of the radiographic analysis were compared with those of the histopathologic examination of the dental follicle. The width of the PS ranged from 0.1 to 5.6 mm. The most frequently observed lining of the follicles was a reduced enamel epithelium (REE) (68.4%) in UT and a hyperplastic stratified squamous epithelium (HSSE) (68.5%) in PET. Inflammation was present in 36.1% of the UT and in 82.8% of the PET. There was a statistically significant association between the presence of stratified squamous epithelium (SSE) and PS enlargement for UT (p < 0.05). There was a tendency of association between inflammation and PS enlargements in PET and, possibly, in UT, despite the absence of statistical significance. Surgically, we did not detect bone cavitation or luminal cystic contents in pericoronal spaces smaller than 5.6 mm. We suggest that the first radiographic diagnosis for a PS enlargement, in most of the routine clinical cases, should be of "inflammation of the follicle". The hypothesis of "dentigerous cyst" or "paradental cyst" is suggested as a second diagnosis. The final differential diagnosis between a small dentigerous or a paradental cyst and a pericoronal follicle depends on clinical and/or surgical findings, such as the presence of bone cavitation and cystic content.
Mouth floor enlargements related to the sublingual glands in edentulous or partially edentulous patients: a microscopic study
Iwaki Filho, Liogi;Damante, José Humberto;Consolaro, Alberto;Bonachela, Wellington Cardoso;Damante, Carla Andreotti;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572006000400010
Abstract: mouth floor enlargements (mfe) are observed in edentulous and partially edentulous patients, impairing denture fitting, and have recently been described in the literature as hyperplasias of the sublingual glands. objective: this study aims at describing the microscopic aspects of mfe that contribute to their final diagnosis. methods: twenty-four specimens were surgically removed from the enlarged mouth floor of 19 patients (15 females and 4 males). patient age ranged from 48 to 74 years, with a mean of 57 years. the main surgical indication was to permit or improve the fitting of dentures. six patients were completely edentulous and 13 were partially edentulous. the material was processed for microscopic examination and stained with hematoxylin-eosin, mallory's trichrome and periodic-acid schiff (pas). results and conclusions: the epithelium of the mouth floor was normal in 17 cases, hyperplastic in 4 and atrophic in 3. six of the 24 sublingual glands removed were microscopically normal, while the other specimens presented acinar atrophy with hyperplasia of duct-like structures. interstitial fibrosis was observed in 18 cases and was accompanied by adipose tissue infiltration in 15. decreased lymphoid tissue was observed in 16 samples and oncocytosis was present in 5 cases. we suggest that mfe in edentulous or partially edentulous patients should be considered as an entity for the text books.
The Onset of a Peripheral Ameloblastoma
Kellen Cristine Tjioe,José Humberto Damante,Denise Tostes Oliveira
Case Reports in Oncological Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/729467
Abstract: Incipient odontogenic tumors often display intermediate features between two or more lesions leading to diagnosis dilemma. We report the onset of a peripheral ameloblastoma fortuitously found subjacent to a nondysplastic leukoplakia in the region of missing 38 teeth of a 52-year-old man. The aim of this paper is the discussion of the microscopical features observed in the case reported which allowed the establishment of the final diagnosis of an early peripheral ameloblastoma.
TNF-α gene polymorphisms in rheumatoid arthritis patients treated with anti-TNF-α agents: preliminary results
M. Fabris,E. Di Poi,S. Sacco,G. Damante
Reumatismo , 2011, DOI: 10.4081/reumatismo.2002.19
Abstract: Objectives: To study –238 and +489 TNF-α polymorphisms in severe-unresponsive (more than 6 swollen joints and still active disease despite at least 6 months of DMARDs combination therapy) and mild-responsive (less than 3 swollen joints and good response to MTX or other conventional DMARDs) rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Methods: We investigated 100 RA patients (56 with severe and 44 with mild disease activity) and 45 healthy blood donors (HBDs). Genotyping was performed by PCR-restriction fragment lenght polymorphism procedure. Several clinical and serological parameters were also examined. Results: Severe RA patients disclosed the –238 GG genotype in 100% of the cases versus 95.5% in the mild-responsive patients and 91.2% in the HBDs. The +489 GG genotype disclosed only a trend towards a prevalence in severe RA patients. However the +489 A allele seems to associates with early onset, longer disease duration and longer responsiveness to conventional therapy. Conclusion: The -238 AG genotype is absent in severe-unresponsive RA, but present in mild-responsive RA subjects. Thus –238 GG homozygosity associates with severity and unresponsiveness. In contrast the +489 polymorphism does not segregate differently between responsive and unresponsive RA patients.
The Onset of a Peripheral Ameloblastoma
Kellen Cristine Tjioe,José Humberto Damante,Denise Tostes Oliveira
Case Reports in Oncological Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/729467
Abstract: Incipient odontogenic tumors often display intermediate features between two or more lesions leading to diagnosis dilemma. We report the onset of a peripheral ameloblastoma fortuitously found subjacent to a nondysplastic leukoplakia in the region of missing 38 teeth of a 52-year-old man. The aim of this paper is the discussion of the microscopical features observed in the case reported which allowed the establishment of the final diagnosis of an early peripheral ameloblastoma. 1. Introduction The odontogenesis is a set of complex interactions between the oral epithelium and the ectomesenchyme which culminates with the formation of the tooth. After this process, residual odontogenic epithelial cells remain dormant in the tissue of the jaws indefinitely and may proliferate later, generating cysts and tumors [1]. This process of transformation rarely is documented once usually the neoplasias are excised due to signals and symptoms of the patients, that is, when the lesion is well established. Furthermore, in the initial phase of development, the limit between a true neoplastic and a hamartomatous lesion has not a definitive border line and may represent a challenge of diagnosis. Therefore, the aim of this work is to present the onset of a peripheral ameloblastoma fortuitously found subjacent to a nondysplastic leukoplakia, discussing the microscopical findings which led us to its final diagnosis. 2. Case Presentation A 52-year-old man sought for treatment of a white plaque in the gingiva. The lesion was asymptomatic and had been noticed by the patient two years before the consultation. He reported daily tobacco and alcohol consumption. Oral examination revealed an 8?mm diameter and ill-defined white plaque on the edentulous alveolar ridge, region corresponding to the 38 tooth. Radiographs showed normal bone appearance (Figure 1(a)). The clinical diagnosis was leukoplakia. Figure 1: Panoramic radiographs of the patient. (a) Taken at the first visit. No bone alterations can be seen in the area of the lesion; (b) Nine-year follow-up: no change worthy of note. Under local anaesthesia, the white plaque was excised. Microscopically, the oral squamous epithelium was hyperplastic and hyperkeratotic but without dysplastic alterations (Figure 2(a)). A discrete chronic inflammatory infiltrate in the subjacent connective tissue was observed. In the deep portion of oral submucosa there were numerous islands of odontogenic epithelial cells scattered in a fibrous stroma (Figure 2(a)). Few nests were predominantly composed by polyhedric cells (Figure 2(b)). Other
Clinical evaluation of the effects of low-intensity laser (GaAlAs) on wound healing after gingivoplasty in humans
Damante, Carla Andreotti;Greghi, Sebasti?o Luiz Aguiar;Sant'Ana, Adriana Campos Passanezi;Passanezi, Euloir;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572004000200010
Abstract: low-intensity laser therapy aims at pain suppression, edema reduction and acceleration of wound healing. the main goal of this study was to clinically evaluate the effects of aluminum gallium arsenate laser - 670nm in wound healing after gingivoplasty in 11 patients. surgery was performed in anterior superior and/or inferior regions. the right side of the patient (test group) received a laser energy density of 4j/cm2, in a 48-hour interval, during one week, totalizing four sessions. the irradiation was punctual in a contact mode in three points. the left side did not receive irradiation (control group). clinical evaluation was performed by five specialists in periodontology through photography of the treated areas at post-surgical periods of 7, 15, 21,30,60 days. the observers pointed the best healed side. the sign test was used for statistical analysis with a confidence level of 5% (p<0.05). the examiners found a better pattern of healing sometimes in the test and sometimes in the control group until 21 days after surgery. after this period there was no apparent difference between them. there was no statistical difference between the sides (p>0.05). these results have shown that low-intensity laser therapy did not accelerate oral mucosa healing after gingivoplasty.
Postmortem acinar autolysis in rat sublingual gland: a morphometric study
Nery, Leticia Rodrigues;Moreira, Carla Ruffeil;Cestari, Tania Mary;Taga, Rumio;Damante, José Humberto;
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-77572010000500014
Abstract: abstract objective: to analyze and to quantify morphological acinar postmortem changes in rat sublingual glands (slg). material and methodss: fifty rats were divided into two groups of 25 animals each. group i was used for morphological and morphometric evaluations and group ii for the determination of gland density and processed gland volume. acinar autolytic changes were studied at 0 (control group), 3, 6, 12 and 24 h postmortem periods. the morphometric analysis of the volume density (vv) and total volume (vt) of intact (ia) and autolyzed (aa) acini was performed under light microscopy using a zeiss ii integration grid with 100 symmetrically distributed points. results: morphologically, temporal progressive nuclear alterations and gradual loss of the structural architecture of acinar cells were found. regarding quantitative results, both the vvaa and the vvia showed statistically significant differences among all postmortem periods (p<0.05). vvaa increased from 0.42% at 0 h to 75.84% at 24 h postmortem and vvia decreased from 71.16% to 0% over the same period. for vtaa and vtia, no statistically significant differences occurred between 12-24 h and 0-3 h (p>0.05), respectively. vtaa increased from 0.18 mm3 at 0 h to 38.17 mm3 at 12 h, while vtia showed a decrease from 33.47 mm3 to 0 mm3 between 3-24 h postmortem. data concerning vtaa were adjusted by two-variable linear regression, obtaining the equation: y=-3.54 + 3.38x (r2=0.90). the vtaa growth rate calculated by this equation was 3.38 mm3/h between 0-12 h. conclusion: acinar autolysis on rat slg demonstrated the most significant signs during the first 6 h postmortem and was widely spread through the gland at 12 h.
Fortines y pueblos en Buenos Aires del siglo XVIII: ?Una política de urbanización para la frontera?
Canedo,Mariana;
Mundo agrario , 2006,
Abstract: although the urban development in america was not exclusive of the european colonization, the foundation of towns and cities constituted a specific politics of conquest and colonial dominance. during the second half of the xviii century and under the government of the borbones, the politics established seemed to accompany the increase and growth of the cities and the towns in spanish america, and to incentivate the urbanization of the areas of frontier of their empire. two queries articulate this work. can the proposals formulated by the colonial authorities for buenos aires be located inside the urbanization politics proposed by the borbones for frontier areas in spanish america ? if this was this way, what concretion level has this politics had during the last decades of colonial bond? the establishment of towns will be studied for the case of buenos aires during the last decades of the xviii century.
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