Neurologia

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Neurologia

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  • ALÓE, Flávio; ALVES, Rosana Cardoso; ARAÚJO, John F.; AZEVEDO, Alexandre; BACELAR, Andrea; BEZERRA, Márcio; BITTENCOURT, Lia Rita Azeredo; BUSTAMANTE, Guilherme; CARDOSO, Tânia Aparecida Marchiori de Oliveira; ECKELI, Alan L.; FERNANDES, Regina Maria França; GOULART, Leonardo; PRADELLA-HALLINAN, Márcia; HASAN, Rosa; SANDER, Heidi Haueisen; PINTO JR., Luciano Ribeiro; LOPES, Maria Cecília; MINHOTO, Gisele Richter; MORAES, Walter; MOREIRA, Gustavo Antônio; PACHITO, Daniela; PEDRAZOLLI, Mário; POYARES, Dalva; PRADO, Lucila; RIZZO, Geraldo; RODRIGUES, R. Nonato; ROITMAN, Israel; SILVA, Ademir Baptista; TAVARES, Stella Márcia Azevedo (BrasilAssociação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP, 2010)
    Este artigo relata as conclusões da reunião de consenso com médicos especialistas sobre diagnóstico de narcolepsia baseada na revisão dos artigos sobre narcolepsia listados no Medline entre 1980 e 2010. A narcolepsia é uma ...
  • POLISELI, Rodolfo; VIDAL, Jose E.; OLIVEIRA, Augusto C. Penalva De; HERNANDEZ, Adrian V. (Estados UnidosLIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS, 2008)
    Goal: To describe clinical and laboratory features of human immunodeficiency infection (HIV)-infected patients with neurosyphilis. Study Design: Retrospective study of 27 consecutive cases of HIV-infected patients with a ...
  • CRODA, Mariana G.; VIDAL, Jose E.; HERNANDEZ, Adrian V.; MOLIN, Tiago Dal; GUALBERTO, Felipe A.; OLIVEIRA, Augusto C. Penalva de (InglaterraELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2010)
    Background: Tuberculous meningitis (TBM) is a growing problem in HIV-infected patients in developing countries, where there is scarce data about this co-infection. Our objectives were to analyze the main features and ...
  • CASSEB, Jorge; OLIVEIRA, Augusto Cesar Penalva de; VERGARA, Maria Paulina Posada; MONTANHEIRO, Patricia; BONASSER, Francisco; FERREIRA, Claudio Meilman; SMID, Jerusa; DUARTE, Alberto Jose da Silva (Estados UnidosWILEY-LISS, 2008)
    Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) and human T-cell lymphotropic virus types 1 and 2 (HTLV-1 and -2) are retroviruses that share similar routes of transmission and some individuals may have a dual infection. These ...