Teresa de Noronha Vaz

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UNLABELLED Rhabdomyoma is the most common cardiac neoplasm in neonates. Spontaneous regression of such tumors is common, particularly with smaller lesions, followed by resolution of symptoms. Because most of the tumoral masses regress spontaneously, treatment should primarily be symptomatic, while surgical removal is required only in life-threatening(More)
The present paper addresses the dynamics of innovation, by extending the analysis beyond a static-economic perspective. It offers a dynamic-institutional mapping of relational capacities to dynamically innovate. Its main goal is to contribute to the abovementioned research theme by presenting a new methodology able to pinpoint different trends in the(More)
We consider a system of identical van der Pol oscillators, globally coupled through their velocities, and study how the presence of competitive interactions affects its synchronisation properties. We will address the question from two points of view. Firstly, we will investigate the role of competitive interactions on the synchronisation among identical(More)
Anomalous left pulmonary artery (vascular sling) is a congenital anomaly in which the vascular structure arises either from the posterior surface of the right pulmonary artery, or from the main pulmonary artery and courses to the left lung between the posterior surface of the trachea and the anterior surface of the esophagus. It may cause compression on the(More)
Coronary artery disease that is clinically and angiographically significant is associated to important biochemical parameters with direct interference in lipoprotein and apoprotein metabolism. The purpose of our study was to evaluate the importance of several lipoprotein metabolic parameters in the clinical and angiographic severity of chronic coronary(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors studied 14 children with myocarditis in order to correlate clinical and laboratorial data with evolution. DESIGN Retrospective study of all cases with myocarditis admitted during a 2 year period. SETTING Unidade de Cardiologia Pediátrica do HSJ. PATIENTS 14 patients, aged 7 to 34 months, with the diagnosis of myocarditis on the(More)
Sixteen children, aged 7 months to 12 years, with acute pericarditis, admitted between 1985 and 1993 to a tertiary referral centre were analyzed retrospectively for their presentation, etiology, work-up, management and prognosis. It was found that most of the presenting signs were not specific and were often related to associated diseases such as(More)