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Historical and conceptual evolution of disability and international legal and political support: the paradigm of human rights and accessibility.
Rocío López Masís
Alteridad : Revista de Educación , 2011,
Abstract: El marco filosófico relacionado con la temática de la discapacidad se desprende de un proceso evolutivo que puede enmarcarse en etapas históricas, las cuales han sido llamadas de diferentes maneras. Sin embargo, para efectos del presente documento, se plantean los tres paradigmas más conocidos:el tradicional, el biológico de rehabilitación y el de derechos humanos,este último con un fuerte enfoque social.
Enfermedad de depósito glomerular: a propósito de un caso de glomerulonefritis fibrilar
Cantillo,Jorge de Jesús; López,Rocío del Pilar; Andrade,Rafael Enrique;
Biomédica , 2009,
Abstract: in routine diagnosis for renal biopsy, glomerular diseases are encountered that, viewed by electron microscopy, reveal deposits with a fibrillary structure in the extracellular matrix of the glomeruli. amyloidosis is the most common glomerulopathy that shows deposits with an ultrastructural fibrillary structure. however, other glomerulopathies have deposits with an ultrastructural fibrillary structure and which are negative for congo-red stain, but positive for immunoglobulins. fibrillary glomerulonephritis is a well-characterized disease, and clearly identified in approximately 0.5% to 1% of biopsies of native kidneys. these cases usually manifest themselves as severe renal insufficiencies with nephrotic-range proteinuria. no treatment regimes have been clearly established and the prognosis is poor. herein, the clinical and histological characteristics are described for the first case of idiopathic fibrillary glomerulonephritis reported in colombia.
Nefropatía no amiloidea por depósito de inmunoglobulinas monoclonales: A propósito de un caso de enfermedad idiopática por depósito de cadenas ligeras
Cantillo,Jorge de Jesús; López,Rocío del Pilar; Andrade,Rafael Enrique;
Biomédica , 2009,
Abstract: the nephropathy of monoclonal gammopathies is principally caused by light chain deposits of fragmented immunoglobins. paraprotein-related renal diseases are associated with such deposits of intact (heavy chain) or fragmentary (light chain) immunoglobins. a condition of pathological light chain deposits is rare and characterized by deposits of fragments of monoclonal immunoglobulins in many organs. renal deposits occur primarily in glomeruli and tubular basement membranes. this disease is frequently associated with lymphoproliferative disorders. the majority of cases are caused by deposits of kappa light chains. whereas this disease is most frequently associated with hematologic malignancies, occasionally a case occurs without detectable hematological pathologies; these cases are called idiopathic or primary. they usually manifest themselves as severe renal insufficiencies with nephrotic-range proteinuria. no treatment regime has been clearly established and the prognosis is poor. herein, the clinical and histological characteristics are described regarding the first case in colombia of light chain deposit disease without symptoms of malignancy.
La empresa familiar exportadora. El caso de las empresas de congelados y conservas de pescados, moluscos y crustáceos
Rocío Rodríguez Daponte,María Jesús López
Revista Galega de Economía , 2004,
Abstract: Las empresas familiares que constituyen gran parte del tejido empresarial en las economías de corte capitalista no permanecen ajenas al proceso de globalización en el que es-tán inmersas la mayoría de las organizaciones. Así, este trabajo tiene como objetivo diferenciar las organizaciones de congelados y conservas de pescado, moluscos y crustáceos de Galicia atendiendo a la característica de ser o no em-presas familiares, para poder analizar la existencia de diferencias entre ambos tipos de organi-zaciones en los procesos de internacionalización. Utilizando como fuente de información la en-cuesta, verificamos si existen diferencias entre esta tipología de organizaciones en función de su tama o, de su porcentaje de ventas en el exterior, de la edad de la empresa, de los a os de experiencia en los mercados internacionales y de la existencia de departamento de exportación.
Glomerular deposition disease, regarding a case of fibrillary glomerulonephritis Enfermedad de depósito glomerular: a propósito de un caso de glomerulonefritis fibrilar
Jorge de Jesús Cantillo,Rocío del Pilar López,Rafael Enrique Andrade
Biomédica , 2009,
Abstract: In routine diagnosis for renal biopsy, glomerular diseases are encountered that, viewed by electron microscopy, reveal deposits with a fibrillary structure in the extracellular matrix of the glomeruli. Amyloidosis is the most common glomerulopathy that shows deposits with an ultrastructural fibrillary structure. However, other glomerulopathies have deposits with an ultrastructural fibrillary structure and which are negative for Congo-red stain, but positive for immunoglobulins. Fibrillary glomerulonephritis is a well-characterized disease, and clearly identified in approximately 0.5% to 1% of biopsies of native kidneys. These cases usually manifest themselves as severe renal insufficiencies with nephrotic-range proteinuria. No treatment regimes have been clearly established and the prognosis is poor. Herein, the clinical and histological characteristics are described for the first case of idiopathic fibrillary glomerulonephritis reported in Colombia. En el diagnóstico rutinario por biopsia renal encontramos enfermedades glomerulares que tienen depósitos estructurales fibrilares en la matriz extracelular del glomérulo, visibles por microscopía electrónica. La amiloidosis es la glomerulopatía más común con depósitos de estas características ultraestructurales. Sin embargo, hay otras glomerulopatías con depósitos similares, negativas con rojo Congo, pero positivas para inmunoglobulinas. La glomerulonefritis fibrilar es una entidad diagnóstica ampliamente reconocida e identificada en, aproximadamente, 0,5% a 1% de las biopsias de ri ones nativos. Suele manifestarse por una insuficiencia renal progresiva con síndrome nefrótico-nefrítico e hipertensión arterial sistémica, no tiene tratamiento claramente establecido y su pronóstico es malo. Se describen las características clínicas e histológicas del primer caso de glomerulonefritis fibrilar idiopática informado en Colombia.
Nefropatía no amiloidea por depósito de inmunoglobulinas monoclonales A propósito de un caso de enfermedad idiopática por depósito de cadenas ligeras Nonamyloidotic glomerular disease caused by light chain deposits: a case report
Jorge de Jesús Cantillo,Rocío del Pilar López,Rafael Enrique Andrade
Biomédica , 2009,
Abstract: La nefropatía de las gammapatías monoclonales es debida, principalmente, al depósito de cadenas ligeras. Las enfermedades renales paraproteinémicas son lesiones asociadas con depósitos de inmunoglobulinas intactas o fragmentos de inmunoglobulinas (cadenas pesadas y cadenas ligeras). La enfermedad por depósito de cadenas ligeras es una condición rara, caracterizada por el depósito de cadenas monoclonales ligeras en muchos órganos y, en el ri ón, predominantemente, en glomérulos y membranas basales tubulares. La enfermedad está frecuentemente asociada con alteraciones linfoproliferativas y la mayoría de casos son causados por depósito de cadenas ligeras kappa. Aunque se presenta sobre todo en cuadros malignos, en ocasiones, no se detecta enfermedad hematológica y se denomina idiopática o primaria. Suele manifestarse como una insuficiencia renal grave con proteinuria nefrótica, no tiene tratamiento claramente establecido y el pronóstico es malo. Se describen las características clínicas e histológicas del primer caso informado en Colombia de nefropatía por depósito de cadenas ligeras, diagnosticado en el contexto de una enfermedad renal paraproteinémica sin datos de malignidad. The nephropathy of monoclonal gammopathies is principally caused by light chain deposits of fragmented immunoglobins. Paraprotein-related renal diseases are associated with such deposits of intact (heavy chain) or fragmentary (light chain) immunoglobins. A condition of pathological light chain deposits is rare and characterized by deposits of fragments of monoclonal immunoglobulins in many organs. Renal deposits occur primarily in glomeruli and tubular basement membranes. This disease is frequently associated with lymphoproliferative disorders. The majority of cases are caused by deposits of kappa light chains. Whereas this disease is most frequently associated with hematologic malignancies, occasionally a case occurs without detectable hematological pathologies; these cases are called idiopathic or primary. They usually manifest themselves as severe renal insufficiencies with nephrotic-range proteinuria. No treatment regime has been clearly established and the prognosis is poor. Herein, the clinical and histological characteristics are described regarding the first case in Colombia of light chain deposit disease without symptoms of malignancy.
Valoración de la mucositis secundaria a tratamiento oncohematológico mediante distintas escalas: Revisión
López Casta?o,Fuensanta; O?ate Sánchez,Ricardo E.; Roldán Chicano,Rocío; Cabrerizo Merino,Ma Carmen;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Ed. impresa) , 2005,
Abstract: oral mucositis is the inflammation that takes place in the oral epithelium, as a result of antineoplastic treatments such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy or bone marrow transplant, being very frequent in these treatments for oncohematologic disease. the consequences of this inflammation, not only affect the quality of life of the patient, but can also suppose a limitation in the application of the treatment, as well as an increase in the hospital stay and therapeutic costs. a main obstacle for the study of the mucositis, has been the lack of a system adapted for its valuation by means of the oral examination. methods developed to measure and quantify the changes produced in oral epithelium as a result of treatment of cancer can be very varied from more simple methods, such as general scales with four or five degrees of severity that link the mucositis to the state of oral health, to specific scales of treatment. in this last type of scale the type of antineoplastic treatment that gave rise to the mucositis is identified giving a global severity score for the mucositis. the establishment of a common scale for the evaluation of mucositis is important, not only for clinical purposes but also for the investigation of the degree of toxicity of the different therapeutic regimes that give rise to the mucositis.
Post-transplant plasma cell hepatitis in a liver transplant patient treated with pegylated interferon plus ribavirin  [PDF]
Miguel Jiménez-Pérez, Francisco Javier Rando-Mu?oz, Rocío González-Grande, Fernando González-Panizo Tamargo, Jesús de la Cruz Lombardo, Juan Miguel Rodrigo López, Román Manteca González
Open Journal of Gastroenterology (OJGas) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojgas.2013.37053
Abstract:

The recurrence of hepatitis C after a liver transplant remains an important cause of graft loss and retransplant. Antiviral therapy with peginterferon plus ribavirin (PEG-INF/RBV) can achieve a sustained viral response and histological improvement in a high percentage of cases. However, this treatment is not exempt from important side effects or from the possibility of precipitating rejection, with the resulting graft loss. We report the case of a liver transplant patient who received treatment with PEG-INF/RBV and developed plasma cell hepatitis as the presenting form of rejection.

 

La Ortopantomografía como método para la detección de las placas de ateroma calcificadas: Revisión de la literatura
Roldán Chicano,Rocío; O?ate Sánchez,Ricardo E.; López Casta?o,Fuensanta; Cabrerizo Merino,Ma Carmen; Martínez López,Federico;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Internet) , 2006,
Abstract: cerebrovascular accident (cva) is the third cause of death in industrialized countries, following cardiovascular disease and cancer. it is therefore a significant public health issue, not only due to its high incidence, but also to the high costs involved in the physical and psychological rehabilitation of these patients. dental practitioners, as health care providers, ought to play their part in this issue and contribute, within their means, to the early detection of patients at risk of having a cva. since the eighties, different authors have described the possibility of detecting calcified atheroma plaques located at carotid artery bifurcation through panoramic radiograph. in this way, the dental practitioner?s possibilities in this field have been extended. however, this new use of panoramic radiograph must overcome certain obstacles before it is implemented as a new screening method for patients at risk of having a cva. amongst these, we would have, on the one hand, the assessment of the real clinical significance, as regards prognosis, of atheroma plaque calcification as well as its usefulness as a factor for predicting the appearance of cva symptoms and, on the other hand, the possibility of making a correct differential diagnosis regarding other calcified structures that may appear on panoramic radiograph.
Nefritis de la púrpura de Henoch-Sch?nlein en adultos A propósito de cinco casos en Colombia
Cantillo,Jorge de Jesús; Andrade,Rafael Enrique; López,Rocío del Pilar; Díaz,Jorge Ernesto Andrés;
Acta Medica Colombiana , 2007,
Abstract: henoch-schonlein purpura (hsp) is defined as a primary systemic vasculitis of small vessels characterized by predominantly iga immune deposits on the walls of the capillaries, venulas, and arterioles. it typically involves skin, intestines, and glomeruli and is associated with arthritis and arthargia. hsp primarily affects children, and is less common among adults. it is has been studied extensively in children, but much less is known about it?s development in adults. moreover the incidence, severity and clinical manifestations of hsp in adults differ from those of hsp in children. we report on five adult cases of hsp.
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