Tânia Maria Gonçalves

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OBJECTIVE The first epidemiological study carried out in Latin America to investigate the prevalence of otological disease and its impact in a representative random sample of the school children population. METHODS A cross sectional epidemiological survey to investigate the epidemiology of otitis in a representative random sample of 1119 children and(More)
We found evidence of autosomal dominant hereditary transmission of sulcus vocalis. Four dysphonic patients from three generations of the same family were submitted to videolaryngoscopic examination (three patients) and to direct laryngoscopy (one patient) to diagnose the hoarseness. Sulcus vocalis was diagnosed in all four patients. The finding of four(More)
Partial tetrasomy of chromosome 22 is a rare multiple congenital anomaly syndrome that is more commonly known as cat-eve syndrome (CES). It is caused by the duplication of a 2-million base region of chromosome 22 (22 pter --> q 11 x 2). The phenotype is extremely variable, and its clinical characteristics include a combination of craniofacial, cardiac,(More)
allergy history. Methods: 42 patients with suspected beta-lactam hypersensitivity reactions were evaluated at a drug allergy clinic at a tertially allergy center. Skin prick tests (SPT) with major determinants (PPL), minor determinants (MDM), penicillin G, ampicillin, amoxicillin, intradermal tests (ID) and specific IgE determination were done. If all tests(More)
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