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Systematic review of national and international guidelines on attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
During the last few years several clinical guidelines on attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been published by national and international medical societies. To systematically reviewExpand
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SEIXAS, Miguel Metelo de. A heráldica em Portugal no século XIX: sob o signo da renovação, p.56-91.
Os fenomenos revolucionarios do seculo XIX tiveram profundos reflexos sobre a heraldica portuguesa. Por intervencao governativa, a renovacao envolveu tanto os emblemas dinasticos e estatais, como osExpand
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P01-07 Systematic review of national and international guidelines on ADHD
Introduction ADHD is a well-established neurodevelopmental disorder affecting a significant population across the lifespan. Driven by the need to provide adequate clinical care, several national andExpand
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As insígnias municipais e os primeiros armoriais portugueses: razões de uma ausência
O presente artigo traca uma visao panorâmica da origem e caracteristicas dos primeiros armoriais portugueses, quer documentais quer monumentais, existentes entre os seculos XIV e XVI. Verificando aExpand
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[Rapport:] « Batalha : lieu de mémoire de la dynastie d’Avis. À la recherche d’une vision intégrée du monument et de ses images » Bathala, 25-26 Septembre 2015
Photo de groupe des participants du colloque Au long de deux journees, le 25 et 26 septembre, le monastere de Batalha a accueilli le colloque « Batalha : lieu de memoire de la dynastie d’Avis. A laExpand
Qual pedra imã: a matéria heráldica na cultura portuguesa do Antigo Regime
Os estudos de heraldica tem, em Portugal, incidido sobretudo sobre aspectos normativos, identificativos e interpretativos do significado dos emblemas considerados de forma abstracta e desligada doExpand
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Stars, Knots, Dragons and Royal Weddings: Badges of the Houses of Braganza and Savoy in a Nineteenth-Century Portuguese Royal Palace
At the palace of Ajuda – the Lisbon residence of King Luís I of Portugal (1838–1889) and his wife Maria Pia of Savoy (1847–1911) – one of the rooms in the queen’s apartments is lined with a damaskExpand