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Ana Carla Ramos Vieira da Costa, Márcia Caires Bestilleiro Lopes, Célia Regina Nakanami
PURPOSE: Evaluate the relationship between the postural alignment of the head and possible interference in the view of children. METHODS: We evaluated 11 children between 2 and 7 years of age of both sexes, with the visually impaired, who had nystagmus and head lock position. The test Lea Grating Acuity Test® was used to collect measurements of visual acuity. This applied on two occasions: with and without postural alignment of the head. For reliability of the postural alignment of the head, the slopes were measured by Fisiologic® software...
January 2014: Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia
S V Dem'ianenko, V A Chistiakov, L V Romanova
Ability to use catecholamines as a stimulus for growth and pathogenic activity realization is widespread among bacteria. In the review numerous facts testifying the ability of these substances to stimulate pathogenic microflora development are systematized and mechanisms of growth stimulation and change of genes expression of microorganisms by catecholamines are considered. The microbial endocrinology role in shaping integrative physiological concepts is discussed.
July 2012: Uspekhi Fiziologicheskikh Nauk
Joyce Ferreira da Costa Guerra, Cíntia Lopes de Brito Magalhães, Daniela Caldeira Costa, Marcelo Eustáquio Silva, Maria Lúcia Pedrosa
Açai (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) has recently emerged as a promising source of natural antioxidants. Because increased oxidative stress and impaired antioxidant defense mechanisms are important factors in the development of diabetic complications and many health claims have been reported for açai, the present study was undertaken to evaluate the possible protective effects of açai on the production of reactive oxygen species by neutrophils and on the liver antioxidant defense system in control and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats...
November 2011: Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition
V N Gligorović, S Gligorović
The aloimunisation of the pregnant woman has been showed as hard form Morbus Haemolyticus Neonatorum (MHN) Newborn twins. Prematurely born twins - monoegged and their mother have compatible blood group of ABO system (A). CC-fenotype exchange transfusion was given to one child while the other received blood of cc-fenotype later on, the both of them were given additional transfusion of CC-fenotype of corresponding blood group ABO. Mother was given CC-fenotype blood transfusion. Certain difference was seen in the fostness of restituciones of the value of hematocrit in the fostness of value normalizations of bilirubin and in the presence of anti c antibodies in red cells and in the sera of sick twins...
1980: Bilten za Hematologiju i Transfuziju
M J Blasco Pérez-Aramendia, J M Garagorri Otero, T Martínez Terer, M Bueno Sánchez
Secretion of insulin in a group of children with normal stature and without endocrine-metabolic (47 cases), versus another group with constitutional short stature (35 cases). Is study authors made a glucose tolerance test (1 g/kg) to both groups and they study the fisiologic secretion of insulin during 24 hours. It was observed that rates of insulin were similar after glucose tolerance test in both groups, but study of fisiologic secretion of insulin during 24 hours shows low rates of insulin in the group of constitutional short stature (p less than 0...
January 1989: Anales Españoles de Pediatría
W G Jaffé
In this paper the following factors which in one way or the other may have influence on the selection and acceptability of foods are treated: 1. Fisiological and psycological aspects; a) genetic factors, b) neurophysiological factors, c) emotional factors, d) perceptive factors. 2. Physical and ecological aspects. 3. Social and cultural aspects, a) habits and traditions, b) religious believes, c) tabues, d) nutrition faddism, e) prejudice, aversions and perversions, f) social value of foods, g) industrialized foods...
December 1976: Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutrición
P Puddu, R Bugiardini, G Costantini, M Galvani, S Lenzi
With this report we communicate the results of a method for the fractionation of the isoenzymes of gamma-GT in human serum based on a modified technique of Hetland et al., using cellulosa acetate. With this method we observed the appearance of a complex of four band representing: gamma-GT1 = prealbumin-albumin, gamma-GT3 = alpha 1-globulin, gamma-GT3 = alpha 2-globulin, gamma-GT4 = beta-globulin. It has been noted that the gamma-GT2 is the only fraction which constantly appears. This isoenzyme also corresponds to the form, fisiologically present in serum and is presumably preduced in the cells of the bileduct...
June 1978: Quaderni Sclavo di Diagnostica Clinica e di Laboratorio
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