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Castro-Rebollo, M. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. A case of right unilateral exophthalmos secondary to metastatic carcinoma of the prostate, in a 68 years old negro patient in which the ocular manifestation lasted 9 months is reported The extrinsic movements of the eye were limited. Pupils reacted slightly to light and accommodation.
There was no ocular convergence. The vision of the right eye was blurred and there was mild color vision. The prostate was found to be petrous by touch specially in the right portion.
The laboratory findings pointed to a prostatic carcinoma. Bone X-rays were strongly suggestive of metastatic tumour. The histological examination of the orbital tumour showed prostatic tumour cells. La distancia alcanzada en el sit-and-reach unilateral fue mayor que la obtenida en el sit-and-reach p como en mujeres.
Thyroid-associated orbitopathy is a debilitating disease of the visual system that is characterized by changes in the softtissues of the orbit and periorbita as a result of an inflammatory process, or as a consequence of this, and related to systemic disorders of the thyroid gland.
Apart from the aesthetic changes that arise, patients may also present persistent keratitis due to exposure, diplopia, retrobulbar pain, compression of the optic nerve and even blindness. A decrease is also experienced in ocular symptomatology and there is minimal morbidity. We present the case of severe exophthalmos that was surgically operated on with an advancement osteotomy of the supero-, lateral- and infraorbital rim, with partial removal of two of the orbital walls with lipectomy.
The aesthetic results and the relief of the ocular symptoms. Unilateral initiatives. This paper reports on arms control which is generally thought of in terms of formal negotiations with an opponent, with the resulting agreements embodied in a treaty. This is not surprising, since arms control discussions between opponents are both important and politically visible.
There are, however, strong reasons for countries to consider and frequently take unilateral initiatives. To do so is entirely consistent with the established major precepts of arms control which state that arms control is designed to reduce the risk of war, the costs of preparing for war, and the death and destruction if war should come.
Unilateral initiatives on what weapons are purchased, which ones are eliminated and how forces are deployed can all relate to these objectives. There are two main categories of motives for unilateral initiatives in arms control. In one category, internal national objectives are the dominant, often sole, driving force; the initiative is undertaken for our own good. Full Text Available Safety assessment of the historic masonry structures is an open problem. In cases where no slip occurs the application of the standard limit analysis theorems constitutes an excellent tool for its simplicity and robustness.
However, if the mechanisms of the onset of collapse involve sliding, it is not guaranteed the existence of a single solution, so it is necessary to look for other ways to treat the uncertainty associated with its multiplicity. We propose a simulation by the Monte Carlo Method for ancient masonry structures modeled as an unilateral contact problem between rigid bodies with friction, as a theoretical basis for further analyses by probabilistic methods computationally less expensive.
Unilateralism in International Law. Even so, this incident raises important questions concerning the legality of unilateral acts under Initially, the EU set out to include in the ETS emissions from all major aircraft flying to or from European airports, even when these fly over the high seas This boy had left-sided anomalies consisting of choanal atresia.
The infant had a frontal encephalocele. Unilateral hyperhidrosis and hypothermia. A year old man presented at the Department of Dermato-allergology, Herlev and Gentofte Hospital with unilateral hyperhidrosis localized to the right axilla through approximately 10 years without progression of symptoms.
The patient often experienced that his right hand was colder than the left Unilateral Hemispheric Encephalitis. Full Text Available A 10 year old boy presented with history of mild fever and upper respiratory symptoms followed by recurrent seizures and loss of consciousness on the next day.
Normal blood counts and abnormal hepatic transaminases were noted. MRI of the brain, done on the fourth day of illness, showed extensive involvement of the cortex in the right hemisphere. Lumbar CSF was normal. The EEG showed bilateral slowing with frontal sharp wave discharges and marked attenuation over the entire right hemisphere.
The patient succumbed to the illness on the ninth day. A similar pattern of acute unilateral hemispheric cortical involvement is described in the hemiconvulsion-hemiplegia-epilepsy HHE syndrome, which is typically described to occur in children below 4 years of age. This case of fulminant acute unilateral encaphilitic illness could represent the acute phase of HHE syndrome. Agenesia pulmonar unilateral Unilateral pulmonary agenesis.
Pulmonary agenesis is a rare congenital anomaly. We report the case of an 8-year-old boy with left lung agenesis, without any other congenital mal Congenital unilateral hydrocephalus - CT findings. Congenital unilateral hydrocephalus is extremely uncommon with 18 cases previously reported in the English literature.
Two additional newborns with unilateral hydrocephalus are presented. The second baby also presented a mega cisterna magna.
This unusual association between Dandy-Walker variant and unilateral hydrocephalus has not been previously reported. Following ventriculo-peritoneal shunt, the babies had a normal cognitive neurodevelopment. The role of cranial computed tomography CT in diagnosis and follow-up is emphasized.
Unilateral retinitis pigmentosa sine pigmento. A patient presented with unilateral findings of night blindness shown by impaired rod function and dark adaptation, constricted visual fields with good central acuity, a barely recordable electro-retinographic b-wave, and a unilaterally impaired electro-oculogram. There were none of the pigmentary changes usually associated with retinitis pigmentosa.
The unaffected right eye was normal in all respects. Therefore the case is most probably one of unilateral retinitis pigmentosa sine pigmento. Unilateral removable partial dentures. Removable partial dentures RPDs are widely used to replace missing teeth in order to restore both function and aesthetics for the partially dentate patient.
Conventional RPD design is frequently bilateral and consists of a major connector that bridges both sides of the arch. Some patients cannot and will not tolerate such an extensive appliance.
For these patients, bridgework may not be a predictable option and it is not always possible to provide implant-retained restorations. This article presents unilateral RPDs as a potential treatment modality for such patients and explores indications and contraindications for their use, including factors relating to patient history, clinical presentation and patient wishes.
Through case examples, design, material and fabrication considerations will be discussed. While their use is not widespread, there are a number of patients who benefit from the provision of unilateral RPDs. They are a useful treatment to have in the clinician's armamentarium, but a highly-skilled dental team and a specific patient presentation is required in order for them to be a reasonable and predictable prosthetic option. We report the case of an 8-year-old boy with left lung agenesis, without any other congenital malformations.
When the patient presented symptoms, including cough, wheezing, and dyspnea, with no clinical improvement after a period of 30 days, imaging studies were conducted and the diagnosis was made.
A case of unilateral dysmenorrhea. Full Text Available Unilateral dysmenorrhea in an adolescent may be associated with uterine malformation. Relevant investigations in suspected cases and timely intervention can prevent future complications in such cases. Here, we present a case of unicornuate uterus with rudimentary horn in an adolescent complaining of unilateral dysmenorrhea. The objective of this work was to evaluate a new chategory of weld support for the one-sided welding of carbon steel, using fiber glass and ceramic fiber tissues.
This is a proposal of techonological innovation proposed, an evolution of the conventional ceramic support. The efficiency of fiber glass and ceramic fiber was verified during the root weld bead. Several thicknesses and. Agenesia pulmonar unilateral. Primary unilateral cleft lip repair. The unilateral cleft lip is a complex deformity. Surgical correction has evolved from a straight repair through triangular and quadrilateral repairs to the Rotation Advancement Technique of Millard.
The latter is the technique followed at our centre for all unilateral cleft lip patients. We operate on these at five to six months of age, do not use pre-surgical orthodontics, and follow a protocol to produce a notch-free vermillion.
This is easy to follow even for trainees. We also perform clos Cirurgia da catarata infantil unilateral Unilateral pediatric cataract surgery. RESULTS: The main cause of unilateral cataract was idiopathic, the second cause was ocular trauma and the third cause was congenital rubella. Initial visual acuity was very poor in Unilateral anterior ischemic optic neuropathy. Transdermal hyoscine induced unilateral mydriasis.
The authors present a case of unilateral mydriasis in a teenager prescribed transdermal hyoscine hydrobromide scopolamine for chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting.
The authors discuss the ocular side-effects associated with this particular drug and delivery system and the potential use of transdermal hyoscine as an antiemetic agent in this group. We also perform closed alar dissection and extensive primary septoplasty in all these patients. This has improved the overall result and has no long-term deleterious effect on the growth of the nose or of the maxilla. Other refinements have been used for prevention of a high-riding nostril, and correction of the vestibular web.
Full Text Available The unilateral cleft lip is a complex deformity. Unilateral antler combs from Romuliana.
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Evaluation of extraocular muscles in the edematous phase of Graves ophthalmopathy on contrast-enhanced fat-suppressed magnetic resonance imaging. J Comput Assist Tomogr. Thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy: a practical guide to classification, natural history and management. Intern Med J.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Neurofibromatosis type 1 disease is characterized by pigmented cutaneous lesions and generalized tumors of a neural crest origin and it may affect all the systems of the human body.
Castro-Rebollo, M. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. A case of right unilateral exophthalmos secondary to metastatic carcinoma of the prostate, in a 68 years old negro patient in which the ocular manifestation lasted 9 months is reported The extrinsic movements of the eye were limited. Pupils reacted slightly to light and accommodation. There was no ocular convergence.