José Antonio de Castro Pereira Junior

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By definition, choristomas are normal tissues found in anomalous topography. The cartilaginous features of these lesions are rare in the soft tissues of the oral cavity. The majority of cartilaginous choristomas of the tongue--the primary site of emergence of the oropharynx--are associated with adipose, fibrous or bone tissues--apart from that, only a few(More)
The authors report an experience of primary health care emphasizing aspects of Health Promotion within the Epidemiologic Model: "The field of force and the Paradigm of well-being". This experience combines physical exercises, leisure, excursions and a course about individual and environmental health to 255 adults (35 to 80 years old) in a square near the(More)
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