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Representa??es paternas na anorexia nervosa
Nodin,Nuno; Leal,Isabel Pereira;
Análise Psicológica , 2005,
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to get more information about the father figure and its function in individuals suffering from anorexia nervosa, considering that this subject is very unusual in the specific literature available. according to the results, the anorectics are very ambivalent regarding their father figure, which is, at a conscious level, very affectionately invested and, at an unconscious level, felt as unwanted and negative.
Distribui??o da temperatura na superfície do mar obtida através do uso de sensores remotos na área compreendida entre Itanhaém e a Ilha de S?o Sebasti?o (SP)
Ikeda, Yoshimine;Pereira Filho, Nuno;
Boletim do Instituto Oceanográfico , 1980, DOI: 10.1590/S0373-55241980000200042
Abstract: the use of remote sensing in oceanography, has been largely increased, mainly because the synoptic look, the accuracy of the data as well as the economics aspects. this paper shows the features and the first results of some experiments performed in the offshore region near santos bay and s?o sebasti?o island, in the southeast coast of brazil. the technique seems to be powerfull in coastal circulation studies, as well as, in every process that uses the temperature as a natural tracer. the tide currents seem to have large influence in the area near the santos bay, with a surface mean speed of about 1.2 m/s, which can reach distances of about 50 n.m. one can note that the area can be divided, at least in surface terms, in two subareas, with different thermal behaviours, with the interface standing normal to the coast in front of santos.
Distribui??o da temperatura na superfície do mar obtida através do uso de sensores remotos na área compreendida entre Itanhaém e a Ilha de S?o Sebasti?o (SP)
Ikeda, Yoshimine;Pereira Filho, Nuno;
Brazilian Journal of Oceanography , 1980, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-87591980000200042
Abstract: the use of remote sensing in oceanography, has been largely increased, mainly because the synoptic look, the accuracy of the data as well as the economics aspects. this paper shows the features and the first results of some experiments performed in the offshore region near santos bay and s?o sebasti?o island, in the southeast coast of brazil. the technique seems to be powerfull in coastal circulation studies, as well as, in every process that uses the temperature as a natural tracer. the tide currents seem to have large influence in the area near the santos bay, with a surface mean speed of about 1.2 m/s, which can reach distances of about 50 n.m. one can note that the area can be divided, at least in surface terms, in two subareas, with different thermal behaviours, with the interface standing normal to the coast in front of santos.
Objective Methods for Analysing Unreplicated Factorial Designs
Nuno Costa,Zulema Lopes Pereira
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2007,
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Perfura o esofágica de causa rara Rare cause of esophageal perforation
Ana Catarina Rego,Nuno Nunes,José Renato Pereira,Nuno Paz
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2012,
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Dilata o Papilar com Bal o de Grande Diametro Precedida de Esfincterotomia para Remo o de Cálculos da Via Biliar Principal: Casuística de Um Ano Papillary Large-Balloon Dilation Preceded by Sphincterotomy for Removal of Bile Ducts Stones: One Year Experience
Ana Catarina Rego,Nuno Nunes,José Renato Pereira,Nuno Paz
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2011,
Abstract: INTRODU O: A associa o de dilata o da papila de Vater com bal o TTS-CRE (through the scope-controlled radial expansion) com esfincterotomia (ETE) tem sido usada para remo o de cálculos de grandes dimens es da via biliar principal (VBP). OBJECTIVOS: Apresenta o da casuística do nosso Servi o durante doze meses, em que se procedeu a ETE seguida de dilata o papilar com bal o para remo o de cálculos da VBP. Pretendeu-se avaliar a eficácia na remo o dos cálculos, a necessidade de litotrí-cia mecanica e a ocorrência de complica es. MéTODOS: Entre Outubro de 2009 e Setembro de 2010 foi realizada dilata o papilar com bal o precedida de ETE em 25 doentes. Os doentes incluídos apresentavam no colangiograma por colangiopancreatografia retrógrada endoscópica (CPRE) cálculos na VBP com dimens o superior ou igual a 10mm. Usaram-se bal es TTS-CRE de 12 a 20mm de diametro. RESULTADOS: Dos 25 doentes, 12 (48%) eram do sexo feminino. A média de idades foi de 73 anos e 65% dos doentes apresentavam dois ou mais cálculos. O tamanho médio dos cálculos foi de 15mm. Seis doentes apresentavam litíase residual do colé-doco com ETE prévia. Em 100% dos casos foi conseguida remo o completa dos cálculos numa única sess o. N o houve necessidade de litotrícia mecanica. N o se registaram complica es. CONCLUS O: A associa o dos dois métodos mostrou-se eficaz, rápida e segura na remo o de cálculos de grandes dimens es da VBP. INTRODUCTION: Papillary balloon dilation with TTS-CRE balloon (through the scope-controlled radial expansion) in association with sphincterotomy (EST) has been used for removal of large bile duct stones. OBJECTIVES: We present the 12 month experience of our Department wherein we performed a EST followed by papillary balloon dilation for removal of bile duct stones. Efficacy, need for mechanical lithotripsy and occurrence of complications were evaluated. METHODS: Papillary balloon dilation preceded by EST was performed in 25 patients from October 2009 to September 2010. Patients included in the present study had bile duct stones with a diameter greater than or equal to 10mm detected on cholangiogram obtained during endoscopic retrograde cho-langiopancreatography (ERCP). We used TTS-CRE balloons with 12 to 20mm. RESULTS: Of the 25 patients, 12 (48%) were female. Average age was 73 years and 65% of patients had two or more stones. The average size of the stones was 15mm. Six patients had residual bile duct stones with prior EST. In 100% of cases complete removal of the bile duct stones was achieved in a single session. There was no need for mechanical lit
Metalobezoar gástrico Gastric bezoar
Ana Catarina Rego,Nuno Nunes,José Renato Pereira,Nuno Paz
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2012,
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Mean and Standard Deviation Optimization of Multiple Responses
Nuno Costa,Zulema Lopes Pereira,Joao Lourenco
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2011,
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Optimization Measures for Assessing Compromise Solutions in Multiresponse Problems
Nuno Costa,Zulema Lopes Pereira,Martin Tanco
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2010,
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Rhino-Orbito-Cerebral Mucormycosis in a Diabetic Patient with Idiopathic CD4 + Lymphocytopenia  [PDF]
Nuno Rocha Pereira, Paulo Andrade, Laura Sá, Candida Abreu, Rita Figueiredo, Roberto Silva, António Sarmento
Advances in Infectious Diseases (AID) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/aid.2013.34037
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A 54-year-old diabetic male, with idiopathic CD4 + lymphocytopenia, was presented with a two-month history of headache and periocular pain followed by vertigo, left hypoacusia and left peripheral facial palsy and hypoesthesia. More than a month after admission, a palate ulcer appeared and Infectious Diseases consultation was required. Mucormycosis was suspected and the diagnosis was confirmed by histologic examination. Despite early surgery and combination antifungal therapy, the patient did not survive. This case report illustrates the difficulty in diagnosing a rare condition with non-specific clinical manifestations and underlines the importance of a timely multidisciplinary approach in order to recognise this highly fatal disease earlier. It also describes a previously non-reported situation of mucormycosis in a patient with idiopathic CD4 + lymphocytopenia.

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