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Costa, Luis Henrique Chechinato

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Works: 4 works in 4 publications in 2 languages and 4 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Luis Henrique Chechinato Costa
Osteoma fronto-etmoidal: do diagnostico a tecnica cirurgica, com relato de quatro casos by Edmir Americo Lourenco( )

1 edition published in 1999 in Portuguese and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Os osteomas sao tumores osseos benignos que podem acometer os seios paranasais, sendo em sua maioria assintomaticos, de crescimento lento e encontrados em tamanhos variados em cerca de 1 por cento das radiografias sinuais de rotina. As cavidades sinusais mais acometidas em ordem de frequencia sao: frontal, etmoidal, raramente maxilar e excepcionalmente esfenoidal. Em virtude de sua evolucao, a indicacao cirurgica e limitada e controversa. Neste estudo, os autores relatam quatro casos de osteoma fronto-etmoidal, seu diagnostico, os procedimentos cirurgicos passo a passo e o seguimento pos-operatorio, revisando a literatura sobre o assunto. (AU)
Infiltracao anestesica da fossa pterigo-maxilar e do nervo nasociliar: aspectos anatomo-fisiologicos by Edmir Americo Lourenco( )

1 edition published in 1995 in Portuguese and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Sao discutidos os aspectos anatomicos da fossa pterigo-maxilar e do nervo nasociliar, cujas infiltracoes anestesicas sao atos simples, rapidos, eficazes e seguros em varios procedimentos odontologicos e otorrinolaringologicos, possibilitando a realizacao de cirurgias nasossinusais bem menos sangrantes com a utilizacao de doses bem menores de anestesicos gerais, em virtude da abolicao dos estimulos algicos e consequente nao liberacao de catecolaminas (AU)
Nasal septal pediculate carcinoma in situ: differential diagnosis by Edmir Americo Lourenco( )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Pediculated lesions of the nasal cavities are relatively common in daily practice, and include inflammatory polyps, benign tumors (papillomas being the most common), malignant tumors, and specific processes, such as polypoid rhinosporidiosis. The authors describe a female patient with a warty, pediculated, and assymptomatic lesion in the nasal septal mucosa. The anatomo-pathological exam showed this to be a "carcinoma in situ". The few bibliographic citations report only an association between the tumor and contact with wood dust, such as oak, ebony and beech. The patient was not exposed to these elements. it is important to emphasize the routine performance of a complete otolaryngological exam for patients seeking out specialists, in order to detect potentially malignant lesions whose early removal would permit a complete cure. (AU)
Angyomatous vocal polypus: a complete spontaneous regression by Edmir Americo Lourenco( )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The authors describe a male patient who had malignant lymphoma seven years ago which remitted with chemotherapy. Two years ago he developed dysphonia. An unilateral, pediculate smooth red lesion on the right vocal fold was later discovered. Even without benefit of medicamentosus treatment, the patient refused surgery. In a reevaluation using rigid telescopy of the larynx two years later, the lesion had disappeared, completely and spontaneously. As there are no existing publications on this topic, this case report is an alert that surgery should be recommended with extreme caution in this type of vocal disease. (AU)
 
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