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  • [Phlebopathies and occupation]. [Review]
  • AIAnn Ig 2012 Mar-Apr; 24(2):131-44
  • Sancini A, Tomei G, … Ciarrocca M
  • Chronic venous disorder is a public health problem that affects the western industrialized countries. The aim of this study is to evaluate the etiology and prevalence of venous disease of the lower l…
  • Salivary osmolality and hydration status in children with cerebral palsy. [Journal Article]
  • JOJ Oral Pathol Med 2011; 40(7):582-6
  • Santos MT, Batista R, … Jardim JR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cerebral palsy children seem to present impaired adequate hydration status. Since the possible hypohydration condition may be reflected in saliva fluid, which could compromise the protective function exerted by saliva, the earlier this condition is identified the greater the chances of administering preventive measures. Moreover, salivary osmolality is a reliable parameter that reflects changes in plasma and urine.
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