Eliezyer F. Oliveira

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Radiographic changes after indirect pulp capping (32 teeth in 27 patients) were studied for up to 36-45 months. Radiolucent zone (RZ) depth and tertiary dentine formation were assessed qualitatively and changes in radiographic density (by image subtraction) in RZ and control areas (CA) were estimated. During follow-up there were 1 pulp necrosis, 1 pulp(More)
An experimental study on the correlation between functional and morphologic recovery of crushed sciatic nerves was carried out in rats. The sciatic nerve of 33 rats, divided into three groups, was submitted to controlled crushing injury on a 5-mm long segment, in a universal testing machine for 10 min with three different loads (100, 500, and 15,000 g,(More)
The use of a devitalized skeletal muscle graft and conventional nerve graft to repair a 5mm long segmentary sciatic nerve lesion was studied in rats by means of functional, morphometric and spinal cord motor neuron cell response evaluation. Thirty-four rats were used and divided into four groups according to the procedure: (1) sham operation; (2)(More)
This paper aims to assess radiographic changes after incomplete carious dentine removal and tooth sealing. Thirty-two teeth with deep caries lesions were studied. The treatment consisted of incomplete excavation, application of a Ca(OH)2 layer, sealing temporarily for a 6- to 7-month period and then restoration. Standardised bitewing radiographs were taken(More)
In this paper, an EEG-based biomarker for automated Alzheimer's disease (AD) diagnosis is described, based on extending a recently-proposed “percentage modulation energy” (PME) metric. More specifically, to improve the signal-to-noise ratio of the EEG signal, PME features were averaged over different durations prior to classification.(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Eyes-closed-awake electroencephalogram (EEG) is a useful tool in the diagnosis of Alzheimer's. However, there is eyes-closed-awake EEG with dominant or rare alpha rhythm. In this paper, we show that random selection of EEG epochs disregarding the alpha rhythm will lead to bias concerning EEG-based Alzheimer's Disease diagnosis. (More)
In this work we propose a detailed EEG epoch selection method and compare epochs with rare and abundant alpha rhythm (AR) of patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and normal controls. Epochs were classified as Dominant Alpha Scenario (DAS) and Rare Alpha Scenario (RAS) according to the AR percentage (energy within the 8-13 Hz bandwidth) in O1, O2 and Oz(More)
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