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Las obras reunidas como fenómenos de mercado: estéticas, políticas editoriales, nuevos públicos
Miguel Balaguer,Valentina Rebasa
Mora (Buenos Aires) , 2010,
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Implantes inmediatos a la exodoncia: Situación actual
Pe?arrocha,Miguel; Uribe,Roberto; Balaguer,José;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Ed. impresa) , 2004,
Abstract: immediate implants are positioned in the course of surgical extraction of the tooth to be replaced. the percentage success of such procedures varies among authors from 92.7-98.0%. the main indication of immediate implantation is the replacement of teeth with pathologies not amenable to treatment. its advantages with respect to delayed implantation include reduced post-extraction alveolar bone resorption, a shortening of the rehabilitation treatment time, and the avoidance of a second surgical intervention. the inconveniences in turn comprise a general requirement for membrane-guided bone regeneration techniques, with the associated risk of exposure and infection, and the need for mucogingival grafts to seal the socket space and/or cover the membranes. the surgical requirements for immediate implantation include extraction with the least trauma possible, preservation of the extraction socket walls and thorough alveolar curettage to eliminate all pathological material. primary stability is an essential requirement, and is achieved with an implant exceeding the alveolar apex by 3-5 mm, or by placing an implant of greater diameter than the remnant alveolus. esthetic emergence in the anterior zone is achieved by 1-3 mm sub-crest implantation. regarding guided regeneration of the alveolar bone, the literature lacks consensus on the use of membranes and the type of filler material required. while primary wound closure is desirable, some authors do not consider it to be of great relevance.
Fibroma cemento-osificante mandibular: Presentación de dos casos y revisión de la literatura
Sanchis,José María; Pe?arrocha,Miguel; Balaguer,José M.; Camacho,Fabio;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Ed. impresa) , 2004,
Abstract: we present two clinical cases of radioluscent mandibular lesions in young women that simulated chronic periapical infectious pathology. the detection of both cases was fortuitous since they were totally assymptomatic. diagnosis was reached in one case (upon periapical surgery and anatomo-pathologic study) after endodontic treatment and after verifying non-resolution of affected periapical area. the other case was an extensive lesion, which involved the periapices of the four inferior incisors in which surgery was directly performed upon verifying pulp vitality of these teeth. after surgery endodontic treatment was performed on the teeth that had lost their vitality. in both cases the histopathologic tests revealed the presence of a cemento-ossifying fibroma, the initial clinical and radiographic diagnosis of which could easily be overlooked.
Estudio del dolor e inflamación en 41 pacientes tras la colocación de 131 implantes dentales
González Santana,Héctor; Pe?arrocha Diago,Miguel; Guarinos Carbó,Juan; Balaguer Martínez,José;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Ed. impresa) , 2005,
Abstract: aims: to study pain and swelling in the first week after dental implant placement. material and methods: a total of 131 implants were placed in 41 patients (17 males and 24 females) under local anesthesia. pain was scored by means of a verbal and visual analog scale (vas), while swelling was evaluated by a verbal scale. results: most patients who experienced pain reported the latter to be slight, with a peak intensity 6 hours after the operation in 41.5% of cases. a significant relation was observed between pain and the number of implants placed. swelling was moderate in most patients who reported pain - peak intensity of inflammation being recorded after 48 hours in 48.8% of cases. a significant association was observed between swelling and older patients, the placement of more than four dental implants, and operations in which sinus lift or bone regeneration procedures were carried out. swelling was greater in patients with implants positioned in the posterior sector versus those placed in the anterior zone, and in those located at free extremes versus those placed in interdental spaces or totally edentulous patients. conclusions: following implant placement, pain tends to be mild, with moderate inflammation. the latter is seen to be greater in older patients, in subjects receiving a larger number of implants, and in interventions involving regenerative techniques.
Rehabilitation of severely resorbed maxillae with zygomatic implants: An update
Galán Gil,Sonica; Pe?arrocha Diago,Miguel; Balaguer Martínez,Jose; Marti Bowen,Eva;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Internet) , 2007,
Abstract: studies highlight the zygomatic bone as a suitable anatomical structure for implant placements since they cross four corticals. zygomatic implants were described by branemark in 1998, since then zygomatic implants are indicated in maxillae with atrophy of the posterior area. they have been used in systemic diseases associated with bone loss in this area, and in patients who have suffered radical surgery for maxillofacial tumors. computed tomography is recommended before placement in order to discount any pathology of the maxillary sinus. the surgical technique has been slightly modified since its description with procedures such as the sinus slot technique. the success rate obtained by different authors varies between 82% and 100%, indicating this technique as a valid treatment option. the objective of this study was to revise the literature with the aim of updating the subject.
El recuerdo de voto en Espa a. Un análisis del período 1996-2008
Balaguer, Jaime
Revista Internacional de Sociologia , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we examine the evolution of the vote recall along three terms using the Barometer’s data provided by the Center for Sociological Research (CIS, Spain). As a first step, we identify the potencial sources of error that could bias recall. Specifically, we will pay attention to the influence of mistakes in the retrieval process, in the social desirability bias and in the impact of the measurement tool. Secondly, we will show the main biases in Spain using aggregate data, showing that the passing of time introduces successive errors in voters’ statements. Specifically, part of the interviewees tend to reconstruct their vote recall upon their present vote intention. Finally, we will see the possible influence of short-term factors and the impact of the fieldwork. Our goal is to help researchers who use the vote recall to rethink the biases. En este trabajo examinamos el recuerdo de voto recogido por el Barómetro del Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas (CIS) a lo largo de tres legislaturas. Previamente, identificaremos las posibles fuentes de error que podrían sesgarlo. Nos detendremos en la influencia de las fallas en el proceso de recuperación, el sesgo de deseabilidad social y los efectos del instrumento de medición. Seguidamente daremos cuenta de sus principales sesgos a nivel agregado en Espa a. Comprobaremos que el paso del tiempo introduce sucesivos errores en su declaración y, específicamente, veremos que parte de los entrevistados tendería a reconstruir su recuerdo de voto a partir de su intención de voto presente. Finalmente, prestaremos atención a la posible influencia de factores a corto plazo y al impacto del trabajo de campo. Nuestro objetivo es ayudar a los investigadores que emplean el recuerdo de voto a reconsiderar sus sesgos.
Histological comparison of the alar nasal cartilages in unilateral cleft lip
Modolin, Miguel;Baracat, Glaucia Zeferino;Kamakura, Luiz;Cintra Jr., Wilson;Cruz, Luiz Gustavo Balaguer;Ferreira, Marcos Castro;
Revista do Hospital das Clínicas , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0041-87812002000400004
Abstract: patients with unilateral cleft lip display characteristic nasal changes that are independent of the degree of deformity. defenders of the intrinsic theory consider these deformities to be due to embryogenic alterations of the alar nasal cartilages. those that propose the extrinsic theory defend the thesis that the deformity is due to disorganization of the perioral muscles deformed by the cleft. the purpose of this study is to contribute histological evidence to help clarify the issue. patients and methods: specimens of the lateral portion of both the healthy and the cleft side of the alar cartilages were obtained from 18 patients. these uniformly cut specimens were stained by hematoxylin and eosin. samples from 2 patients were excluded due to imperfections. the same pathologist examined all the slides. he was unaware of the origins of the specimens; he counted the number of chondrocytes and quantified the cartilage matrixes. results: all data was analyzed statistically, and no significant statistical differences were apparent, either in the number of chondrocytes or the cartilage matrix between the healthy side and the cleft side. discussion: these results apparently support the group that defend the extrinsic theory; nevertheless, the doubt about the composition of the cartilage matrix remains, not only concerning the glycosaminoglycans that compose them, but also regarding elastin and collagen and its linkages that can cause different degrees of collagen consistency.
Los estudios longitudinales en la prevención de las enfermedades cardiovasculares
Balaguer Vintró,Ignacio;
Revista Espa?ola de Salud Pública , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1135-57272004000200003
Abstract: longitudinal studies of well defined cohorts have contributed to the identification of risk factors of coronary heart disease and other clinical complications of atherosclerosis. after commenting on the conclusions of experimental atherosclerosis and risk factors suggested by the study of a series of myocardial infarction in young adults and their matched controls, we discuss the methodology, management and results of longitudinal studies carried out in the united states since 1949: twin cities, framingham, pooling project, western collaborative, puerto rico evans county, ni-hon-san, san francisco, harvard, bogalusa and cardia. special attention is given to the hypothesis proposed at the beginning of the framingham study and the obstacles and changes to continue the project after the first twenty-four years. we also expose the seven countries study, designed and managed by ancel keys, as the first study performed with centralized methodology in various countries, and the studies in various european countries: whitehall, manresa, paris, british regional, northwick park, caerphilly, speedwell and procam. we analyse the role of the longitudinal studies in the methodology of later studies: sons and daughters of the framingham participants, longitudinal studies based on questionnaires, studies of the other risk factors, prevalence of risk factors in retrospective studies, trials of primary prevention (mrfit, who european collaborative trial and gotenburg study) and the participation of the trained teams in the monica project. we present the issues still under debate in connection with the methodology and results of the longitudinal studies: problems in the periodic examination of the participants in the epidemiologic studies, changes in definition of the new cases of acute cardiovascular events, use and selection of risk functions based on coronary charts to calculate the individual risk and cardiovascular risk factors as yet unknown.
EL GIGANTE EGOíSTA, O. WILDE. Ejemplo de propuesta didáctica para el uso del blog en clase de ELE
Noelia Artero Balaguer
Foro de Profesores de E/LE , 2011,
Abstract: Esta propuesta didáctica nace de mi experiencia personal tras haber introducido el blog como herramienta de trabajo en clase de ELE
Dona, cossos i diskapacitats
Assumpció Pié Balaguer
Temps d'Educació , 2005,
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