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LESIONES DEPORTIVAS OSTEOCARTILAGINOSAS EN EL NI?O Y ADOLESCENTE
Pose L,Georgette;
Revista chilena de radiología , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-93082005000200008
Abstract: lesions affecting bone and cartilage are common clinical conditions in children and teenagers during sport related activities. this article reviews the x-ray, ultrasound, ct and mri findings in these pathologic conditions
Estudio de las imágenes en el diagnóstico del cáncer infantil
Georgette Pose L.
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2001,
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LESIONES DEPORTIVAS OSTEOCARTILAGINOSAS EN EL NI O Y ADOLESCENTE
Georgette Pose L
Revista Chilena de Radiología , 2005,
Abstract: Las lesiones provocadas por la práctica deportiva han aumentado significativamente. Esta revisión enfatiza las lesiones osteocartilaginosas que se producen especial o exclusivamente en ni os y adolescentes, cuyo diagnóstico hasta hace algunos a os era clínico y la contribución de las imágenes se limitaba a estudios radiológicos simples. Los avances de otras técnicas, especialmente el ultrasonido y la resonancia magnética, han llegado a ser actualmente el método primario de elección ante la sospecha o evidencia clínica de una lesión de partes blandas u osteocartilaginosas Lesions affecting bone and cartilage are common clinical conditions in children and teenagers during sport related activities. This article reviews the X-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI findings in these pathologic conditions
Caso Clínico Radiológico
MARIO CERDA S,GOERGETTE POSE L,RAFAEL TORRES N
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2007,
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Efectividad del Acido Peracético sobre la reducción de la carga de Esporas de Mohos causantes de Pudrición Poscosecha de Frutas y Hortalizas
Kyanko,María V; Russo,Mara L; Fernández,Mariela; Pose,Graciela;
Información tecnológica , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-07642010000400016
Abstract: the objective of this work was to determine in vitro the effectiveness of peracetic acid on the load reduction of mould spores that are responsible for rotting in fruits and vegetables to evaluate its potential application to post-harvest control. three concentrations of peracetic acid (0.05%, 0.1% and 0.3%) were used to evaluate its anti-fungal capacity against alternaria alternata, fusarium graminearum, aspergillus ochraceus, a. niger, a. flavus, penicillium roqueforti and p. expansum. it was observed reduction of the load of spores using the lowest concentration. this effect was increased with a higher concentration of peracetic acid. it was extremely effective at a concentration of 0.3% against a. alternata, f. graminearum and a. ochraceus. it is concluded that the peracetic acid is a nonpolluting alternative treatment for post-harvest rotting control of fruits and vegetables
Maltrato infantil, TEC y diagnóstico por imágenes
EBERHARD F,Ma ELIANA; POSE L,GEORGETTE; MORA D,XIMENA; VERGARA A,Ma FRANCISCA;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41062011000300009
Abstract: non-accidental traumatic brain injury (tbi) in children is a significant social problem, which can leave significant permanent neurological sequelae, especially in children under 2 yo. this review shows the clinical symptomatological spectrum, which is sometimes quite subtle. it also provides the basis for use of images modalities for its study, to confirm a precise diagnosis.
Antibacterial Activity of Oleoresin from Aguaribay (Schinus molle L.)
E.V. Padin,G.N. Pose,M.L. Pollio
Journal of Food Technology , 2013,
Abstract: In this study the oleoresin extracted from Aguaribay (Schinus molle L.) berries using ethanol is tested for antibacterial activity. The screening of Salmonella enteriditis, Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli, B. cereus and Bacillus subtilisby using the paper disk agar diffusion method revealed that bacterial growth is inhibited at the analysed concentrations (2, 3 and 4 mg mL-1 ).The minimal bactericidal concentration (MBC) was determined by the tube dilution test. The MBC value for Listeria monocytogenes was determined at 2 mg mL-1, for Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus and Escherichia coli at 15 mg mL-1 and for Escherichia coli O 157:H7, Salmonella enteriditis, Pseudomona aeruginosa and Klebsiella pneumoniae at 14 mg mL-1. These concentrations produced 100% growth inhibition. The storage effect was studied at 4 and 25°C for 30 days, the temperature effect at 40, 60 and 80°C and the inoculum density effect on S. enteriditis and S. aureus growth. A 15 mg mL-1 concentration and an inoculum density were used applying 0,1 0, 2 0, 3 and 0,4 mL of a culture over night. For both species, a 100% of growth inhibition was produced.
NEUMATOSIS INTESTINAL Y ALERGIA A LA PROTEINA DE LA LECHE DE VACA PNEUMATOSIS INTESTINALIS AND COW’SMILK PROTEINE ALLERGY
Georgette Pose L,María Eugenia Arancibia S,Gloria Soto G,Aníbal Espinoza G
Revista Chilena de Radiología , 2008,
Abstract: La neumatosis intestinal en el recién nacido es un signo que se asocia mayoritariamente a la presencia de enterocolitis necrotizante, una condición grave. Se presenta una serie de casos clínicos que debutaron con sangre en la deposición y neumatosis intestinal de curso benigno, diagnosticándose una colitis alérgica, que fue demostrada en el 87,5% (7/8) de los casos mediante colonoscopía corta y biopsias que demostraron un número de eosinófilos mayor que lo normal; en el 12,5% (1/8) el diagnóstico se basó en clínica, laboratorio, imágenes y respuesta a tratamiento. La supresión de la proteína de la leche de vaca en la dieta de lamadre o el reemplazo de la leche materna por un sustituto libre de esta proteína, llevó a una rápida regresión de la sintomatología. Pneumatosis intestinalis in newly born infants constitutes a clinical manifestation greatly associated with the presence of necrotizing enterocolitis, a highly severe medical condition. This study provides a clinical case series presenting with bloody stools and benign pneumatosis intestinalis. A short colonoscopy proven diagnosis of allergic colitis was made, which was confirmed in the 87,5% (7/8) of the cases, while a number of biopsies showed eosinophiles exceeding the normal ranges. Diagnosis in 12,5% of patients (1/8) was based on clinical records, lab-tests, imaging and treatment responses. The suppression of cow's milk protein in the maternal diet or the replacement of human milk by a substitute free from that protein led to a rapid regression of symptomatology.
Maltrato infantil, TEC y diagnóstico por imágenes Child abuse, traumatic brain injury and image diagnosis
Ma ELIANA EBERHARD F,GEORGETTE POSE L,XIMENA MORA D,Ma FRANCISCA VERGARA A
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2011,
Abstract: El traumatismo encéfalo craneano de origen no accidental en ni os, constituye un problema grave que afecta a nuestra sociedad y que puede dejar secuelas neurológicas permanentes especialmente en menores de dos a os. Como una manera de situar el problema, hemos realizado una revisión con el objetivo de conocer el espectro de la sintomatología clínica del traumatismo encéfalo craneano, a veces muy sutil y fundamentar el rol de las distintas modalidades neuroradiológicas para precisar y confirmar su diagnóstico. Non-accidental Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in children is a significant social problem, which can leave significant permanent neurological sequelae, especially in children under 2 yo. This review shows the clinical symptomatological spectrum, which is sometimes quite subtle. It also provides the basis for use of images modalities for its study, to confirm a precise diagnosis.
Efectividad del Acido Peracético sobre la reducción de la carga de Esporas de Mohos causantes de Pudrición Poscosecha de Frutas y Hortalizas Effectiveness of Peracetic Acid on fungal Spores reduction of Moulds causing rotting in Fruits and Vegetables
María V Kyanko,Mara L Russo,Mariela Fernández,Graciela Pose
Información Tecnológica , 2010,
Abstract: Se evaluó in vitro la efectividad del ácido peracético sobre la reducción de la carga de esporas de mohos micotoxicogénicos causantes de pudrición de frutas y hortalizas, para determinar su potencial aplicación al control poscosecha de esta patología. Se evaluó tres concentraciones de ácido (0.05%, 0.1 % y 0.3%) para determinar su capacidad antifúngica frente a Alternaria alternata, Fusarium graminearum, Aspergillus ochraceus, A. níger, A. flavus, Penicillium roqueforti y P. expansum. Se observó una reducción de la carga de esporas aún a la más baja concentración ensayada, efecto que incrementó con el aumento de la concentración del tratamiento. A una concentración del 0.3 % se logró una mucho mayor reducción de la carga de esporas viables de A. alternata, F. graminearum y A. ochraceus, respectivamente. El ácido peracético podría resultar una alternativa de tratamiento no contaminante para el control poscosecha de la pudrición fúngica. The objective of this work was to determine in vitro the effectiveness of peracetic acid on the load reduction of mould spores that are responsible for rotting in fruits and vegetables to evaluate its potential application to post-harvest control. Three concentrations of peracetic acid (0.05%, 0.1% and 0.3%) were used to evaluate its anti-fungal capacity against Alternaria Alternata, Fusarium graminearum, Aspergillus ochraceus, A. niger, A. flavus, Penicillium roqueforti and P. expansum. It was observed reduction of the load of spores using the lowest concentration. This effect was increased with a higher concentration of peracetic acid. It was extremely effective at a concentration of 0.3% against A. alternata, F. graminearum and A. ochraceus. It is concluded that the peracetic acid is a nonpolluting alternative treatment for post-harvest rotting control of fruits and vegetables
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