Publicações - 2000

Remission of proteinuria following liver transplantation for familial amyloid polyneuropathy TTR met30

Carvalho MJ, Lobato L, Ventura A, Beirao I, Rocha G, Seca R, Miranda HP, Silvestre F, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Department of Nephrology, Liver Transplantation Program, and Department of Pathology, Hospital Geral de Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal. llobato@esoterica.pt

Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2664-6

Publication Types: Case Reports
PMID: 11134752 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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Conversion to tacrolimus in case-problem kidney transplant recipients under cyclosporine-based immunosuppression

Martins L, Henriques AC, Dias L, Sarmento AM, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Department of Nephrology and Transplant Departments, Hospital de Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal.

Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2636-8

PMID: 11134735 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Anti-interleukin 2-receptor antibodies: a comparative study with polyclonal antibodies in kidney transplantation: preliminary results

Martins L, Henriques AC, Dias L, Sarmento AM, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Nephrology and Transplant Departments, Hospital de Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal.

Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2623-5

PMID: 11134730 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

After first graft loss: regraft or stay on dialysis? A comparative study

Santos J, Martins L, Queiros J, Dias L, Henriques AC, Sarmento AM, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Department of Nephrology, Division of Transplantation, Hospital Geral de Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal.
 
Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2617-9

PMID: 11134729 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Pregnancy in renal transplant recipients

Ventura A, Martins L, Dias L, Henriques AC, Sarmento AM, Braga J, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Department of Nephrology, Hospital Geral de Santo Antonio, Oporto, Portugal.
 
Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2611-2

PMID: 11134726 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Effects of fish oil in cyclosporine-treated renal transplant recipients

Santos J, Queiros J, Silva F, Cabrita A, Rodrigues A, Henriques AC, Sarmento AM, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Transplant Department, Hospital Geral de Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal.
 
Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2605-8

PMID: 11134724 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Hyperhomocysteinemia in renal transplantation: preliminary results

Fonseca I, Queiros J, Santos MJ, Mendonca D, Henriques AC, Sarmento AM, Santos AC, Guimaraes S, Pereira M.

Department of Nephrology, Santo Antonio Hospital, Porto, Portugal.
 
Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2602-4

PMID: 11134723 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Renal osteodystrophy: histologic evaluation after renal transplantation

Martins L, Queiros J, Ferreira A, Henriques AC, Sarmento AM, Pereira MC, Guimaraes S.

Department of Nephrology, Hospital de Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal.

Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2599-601

PMID: 11134722 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Renal allograft rupture: a clinicopathologic review

Ramos M, Martins L, Dias L, Henriques AC, Soares J, Queiros J, Sarmento AM.

Departments of Urology and Nefrology, Hospital Geral de Santo Antonio, Oporto, Portugal.

Transplant Proc. 2000; 32(8): 2597-8

PMID: 11134722 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

[Surgical procedures in selected proctological patients with local anesthesia. Study of 150 cases]

Henriques AC, Horta SH, Pezzolo S, Waisberg J, Boratto SF, Helal S, Gomes M, Speranzini MB.

Hospital de Ensino da Faculdade de Medicina do ABC, Sao Bernardo do Campo, SP.

Arq Gastroenterol. 2000 Jul-Sep;37(3):158-61.

Experience in the treatment of 150 patients with anorectal disorders and disorders of the sacrococcygeal region who were operated on with local anesthesia at the University Hospital, ABC Medical School, Sao Bernardo do Campo, SP, Brazil, from March 1995 to March 1998. The anesthesia technique, the operations carried out and the tolerance to the procedure are reported. Intraoperative morbidity was 10.6% (16 patients), and postoperative morbidity was 6% (nine patients). The age of patients was between 15 and 92 years old, with mean age 42 years old; 58% of patients were male and 42% female. Surgical mean time was 45 minutes and the patients remained in the hospital for a mean time of 8 hours. All of patients was instructed about the anesthesia technique, their advantages and disadvantages, and only with their permit the surgery was programmed. Hospitalization was required in five patients (3.3%). The anesthesia technique employed was the same for all patients. Upon survey, 96.7% of the patients stated they did not feel pain during the surgery and that they would go through the procedure again. The authors conclude the surgical treatment of anorectal disorders and disorders of the sacrococcygeal region with local anesthesia is viable and safe, and in addition, is well accepted by the patients.

PMID: 11245158 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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