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A young women with a large ovarian mass  [PDF]
Vicky ODwyer, Kevin Hickey
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OJOG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojog.2013.31008
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A dermoid ovarian cyst is the commonest ovarian cystin women of reproductive age. We report a young woman who presented with a large abdominal mass. We discuss the differential diagnosis and surgical management of a large complex ovarian mass in a young woman.

A gest?o da aten??o às urgências e o protagonismo federal
O'Dwyer,Gisele;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000500014
Abstract: attention to the emergency care has been criticized, and since 2002 the brazilian state has assumed the efforts to standardize the level of attention. it was proposed the analysis of documents and acts based on the structuration theory that considers the mobilization of allocative and authoritarian resources as dimensions of structure in interaction, which would justify the legitimacy exercised since the establishment of regulations. the national emergency plan (pnau) had as guides: the federal funding, regionalization, professional education, management by urgency committees, and the expansion of the network. it was identified the density of the documental proposals as the facilitator trend of the structural resource, innovative due to the regionalization and responsibilization proposals presented by the several actors and by the alleged centrality of the user. the financing of sus, despite its persistent state of embarrassment, had no coercive action on the technology investment. under the current administration there was a vigorous expansion and structuring of the network, which was made by a strong inflow of federal funds. the management by committees should be investigated and points out how fragile the management of labor is.
Brazilian canine hepatozoonosis
O'Dwyer, Lucia Helena;
Revista Brasileira de Parasitologia Veterinária , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-29612011000300002
Abstract: the genus hepatozoon includes hundreds of species that infect birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals, in all continents with tropical and subtropical climates. two species have been described in domestic dogs: h. canis, reported in europe, asia, africa, south america and the united states; and h. americanum, which so far has only been diagnosed in the united states. in brazil, the only species found infecting dogs is h. canis. the objective of this review was to detail some aspects of canine hepatozoonosis, caused by h. canis, and the main points of its biology, transmission, pathogenicity, symptoms, epidemiology and diagnostic methods, with emphasis on research developed in brazil.
Was Freud, At Heart, A Realistic Romantic?
Kathleen O'Dwyer
Kritike : an Online Journal of Philosophy , 2009,
Abstract: The birth of psychoanalysis at the close of the nineteenth centurycoincided with a questioning of philosophical traditions and methodsepitomized by Nietzsche’s assault on current thinking. The Enlightenment had seen the questioning of religion as an explanation and a revelation of reality and of human life within that reality; science had been instigated as a more ‘enlightened’ and a more rational provider of truth and knowledge; but the ongoing nature of philosophical thought continued to encounter new challenges and the re-phrasing of old questions. Attempting to combine the exactness of scientific method with the openness of philosophical inquiry, psychoanalysis broached the terrain of the human mind, and attemptedto explore the perennial questions of meaning, truth and life with anunderstanding enhanced by the discoveries of its founder, Sigmund Freud.
O guru, o iniciador e outras varia es antropológicas
O?Dwyer Eliane Cantarino
Mana , 2001,
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Digitising Context: The Case Of The Radio Times
Andy ODwyer
View : Journal of European Television History and Culture , 2012,
Abstract: The BBC is placing online their complete TV and radio schedule information going back to the formation of the BBC in 1922. For the very first time, the public, students and academics will be available to browse through detailed information on the BBC's broadcasting history. This has been made possible by a large scanning project of the BBC's programme guide magazine, the Radio Times. Over eighty years of programme information has been scanned, digitised and made ready for access via the Internet. It will be possible to search through years, months and days to see programme titles. There will also be descriptions about these programmes as reflected in the Radio Times and information on the contributors, performers, directors and producers.
Emerson’s Argument for Self-reliance as a Significant Factor in a Flourishing Life
Kathleen ODwyer
Journal of Philosophy of Life , 2012,
Abstract: This essay explores Emerson’s reflections on self-reliance with particular reference to Emerson’s understanding of the concept of self-reliance, his view of ‘conformity’ as the major obstacle to self-reliance, and the moral significance of his thought. The essay is based on the premise that Emerson’s philosophy of self-reliance, self-reference and self-responsibility has a relevance and an application to our contemporary lives which are often conducted through subtle shades of compliance and acquiescence to popular opinion and prevailing fashions of thought and behaviour.
After Freud: How Well Do We Know Ourselves and Why Does It Matter?
Kathleen ODwyer
Journal of Philosophy of Life , 2013,
Abstract: Deep down, we believe that we know and understand ourselves better than anyone else can know us. We believe we know what we are thinking, what we are feeling, what we are doing and the reasons for these experiences. We have a vague sense that others may perceive us differently but we conclude that this difference results from the fact that they do not really know us. From birth to death, I am my most constant companion; I am at the centre of all my experiences, at every level. Therefore, surely I know myself! How often do we explain an opinion, a decision or a behaviour by referring to our unquestionable knowledge and understanding of ourselves, who we are, how we are and why we are the way we are? We challenge our audience, listener or friend to support this self-knowledge as we proclaim decisively: ‘You know me, that’s just the way I am’, ‘I’ve always been like this’, or, ‘this is what I always do’. The implication is that if you knew me as well as I know myself, then you would comprehend my behaviour as an inevitable expression of who I am.
El gusano en el mundo y el mundo en el gusano
Nicole ODwyer
Boletín Biológica , 2012,
Abstract: Este artículo es una traducción y adaptación del artículo: The worm in the world and the wolrd in the worm. Autors: Mark Blaxter & Dee R. Denver. Publicado en BMC Biology 2012, 10: 57.
Epigenética de la realeza
Nicole ODwyer
Boletín Biológica , 2011,
Abstract: Traducción y adaptación.
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