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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2005.tde-17082005-123221
Document
Author
Full name
Eduardo Baldassari Rebeis
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2005
Supervisor
Committee
Campos, José Ribas Milanez de (President)
Fernandez, Angelo
Haddad, Rui
Perfeito, João Aléssio Juliano
Saad Junior, Roberto
Title in Portuguese
Índice antropométrico para "pectus excavatum" como método diagnóstico e de avaliação pré e pós-operatória: análise comparativa com o índice de Haller e o índice vertebral inferior.
Keywords in Portuguese
ANTROPOMETRIA/methods
PAREDE TORÁCICA/anormalidades
SEGUIMENTOS
TÓRAX EM FUNIL/cirurgia
TÓRAX EM FUNIL/diagnóstico
Abstract in Portuguese
Estamos propondo um índice antropométrico para pectus excavatum correlacionando-o ao índice de Haller e ao índice vertebral inferior. Estudamos 20 pacientes com deformidade e 30 indivíduos normais. Os pacientes portadores do defeito torácico foram submetidos à correção cirúrgica. A correlação entre os índices foi alta, a acurácia semelhante e houve diferença significante entre o pré e pós-operatório estabelecida pelos índices.
Title in English
Anthropometric index for "pectus excavatum" as a method of diagnosis and of pre and post-operative assessment : comparative analysis with Haller's index and the lower vertebral index.
Keywords in English
ANTHROPOMETRY/methods
FOLLOW-UP STUDIES
FUNNEL CHEST/diagnosis
FUNNEL CHEST/surgery
THORACIC WALL/abnormalities
Abstract in English
We are proposing an anthropometric index for pectus excavatum correlating it to Haller's index and to the lower vertebral index. We have studied 20 patients with deformity and 30 normal patients. Patients carrying thoracic defect were submitted to surgical correction. The correlation between the indexes was high, the accuracy was similar and there was significant difference between the pre and post-operative established by the indexes.
 
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Publishing Date
2005-08-17
 
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