Aureliano de Sousa

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Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) is a zoonosis and a public health concern in the Americas due to its high fatality rate. Since the first cases were identified in USA in 1993, HPS has been observed over a wide area of the American continents. Over 1600 HPS cases have been confirmed in Brazil since 1993, and different genotypes of hantavirus have been(More)
Thirteen cases of crural or, less often, lumbar plexus neuropathies are reported which were secondary to hematomas in patients under anticoagulant therapy. They are the most frequent peripheral neurological complications of anticoagulant therapy. The clinical symptoms, which often point directly to the diagnosis, are discussed and several additional(More)
The World Health Organization (WHO) classification of lung cancers ranks the heterogeneous nonsmall cell lung cancer (N-SCLC) group, encompassing sarcoma or sarcoma-containing tumours under one heading: "carcinomas with pleomorphic, sarcomatoid or sarcomatous elements". This group contains entities such as pleomorphic carcinoma (PC), spindle cell carcinoma(More)
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