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Disease Centered Around Calcified Taenia solium Granuloma
Taenia solium (the pork tapeworm) is present in most developing countries, where it is a frequent cause of seizures and other neurological disease. Parasitic larvae invade the human brain, establish, and eventually resolve, ...
Chronic Mountain Sickness: Clinical Aspects, Etiology, Management, and Treatment
(Mary Ann Liebert, 2016)
Villafuerte, Francisco C., and Noemi Corante. Chronic mountain sickness: clinical aspects, etiology, management, and treatment. High Alt Med Biol. 17:61-69, 2016.-Millions of people worldwide live at a high altitude, and ...
Non-inflammatory destructive periodontal disease
Background: Non-Inflammatory Destructive Periodontal Disease (NIDPD), is a severe destructive periodontal disease, that is characterized by the attachment loss and alveolar bone loss, without signs of the gingival inflammation, ...
Hemiparetic cerebral palsy - Etiological risk factors and neuroimaging
(Assoc Arquivos De Neuro- PsiquiatriaSao Paulo SpBrasil, 2001)
Voice Disorders: Etiology and Diagnosis
Objectives Voice disorders affect adults and children and have different causes in different age groups. The aim of the study is to present the etiology and diagnosis dysphonia in a large population of patients with this ...
Can a simple test of functional capacity add to the clinical assessment of diabetes?
AIM: To identify impairment in functional capacity associated with complicated and non-complicated diabetes using the 6-min walk distance test. METHODS: We enrolled 111 adults, aged >/=40 years, with Type 2 diabetes from ...
Nutrition status of children in Latin America
The prevalence of overweight and obesity is rapidly increasing among Latin American children, posing challenges for current healthcare systems and increasing the risk for a wide range of diseases. To understand the factors ...
Is the immunohistochemical study of the inflammatory infiltrate helpful in distinguishing villitis of unknown etiology from non-specific infection villitis?
(W B Saunders Co LtdLondonInglaterra, 2005)