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Articles by F. Carini
Total Records ( 8 ) for F. Carini
  F. Carini , G.A. Scardina , C. Lo Piccolo , L. Lipari , S. Ferrara , P. Messina and V. Valenza
  It is well known that the presence of a particular type of granule population has been discovered in the atrial cardiocytes which represent the major site of synthesis of atrial natriuretic factor. The ANF has potent natriuretic, diuretic and vasoactive functions. However, ANF evidence occurs in extracardiac tissues such as the brain, intestine, lymphoid organs and in various glands involved in water and salt regulation adrenals, pancreas, lacrimal and salivar glands with respect to salivary glands the literature reportes that ANF presence was found in the acinar cells and on the contrary in the ductal cells. In order to eliminatethese discordances researchers conducted a previous study on rabbit parotid gland. The observations evidenced that the acinar cells were immunonegative while the ductal intraparenchymal cells were immunopositive in the present research we have extended the study on the main excretory duct of rabbit parotid gland.
  V. Tessitore , G. Bonaventura , F. Carini , D. Cucco , G.F. Spatola and M.L. Uzzo
  This research has the objective to investigate immunohistochemical expression of CB1 receptor and its probable changes in Gastroenteropancreatic system (GEP) of obese and lean Zucker rats and understand the endocannabinoid pathophysiological implications in the obesity. Male obese (fa/fa) and lean Zucker rats 6 weeks old were obtained from Harlan Italy Srl; the rats were sacrificed at 8, 12 and 16 weeks old. Normal rats also were sacrificed. Specimens of stomach, jejunum-ileum and pancreas were fixed in Bouin’s mixture and embedded in paraffin; obtained sections were processed with anti-CB1 (Biosource Europe SA) by Streptavidin-Biotin-Complex Method. The findings show that CB1 receptor is expressed not only in enteric neurons as documented by earlier studies up to now but more widely and with stronger intensity in obese animals compared with their lean counterparts by several structures of gastrointestinal tract (epithelium, glands, endocrine cells and immune cells of villi stroma). In obese Zucker rats pancreas unlike the normal rats where the CB1 receptor is essentially expressed by A-cells, the CB1 immunoreactivity even extends with higher intensity to B-cells. It is concluded that GEP System represents a new and wide peripheral target of EC action that have a direct autocrine, endocrine-paracrine and neurocrine control on many functions of GEP. In addition in GEP of obese Zucker rats in comparison with lean ones, the CB1 receptor is overexpressed and consequently the peripheral endocannabinoid system is upregulated and negatively modulated by leptin. It may contribute to increase hyperphagia, body weight and hyperglycaemia.
  F. Carini , C. Lo Piccolo , F. Meli , A. Leone and V. Valenza
  Ventricular peritoneal derivations may determine conditions in the tissues, which may then create fibrous tissues around them. They include cases with catheters of the SEM and they show that when the fibrous tissues are formed, the outer surface is irregular. However, they are not determined through phystolosis or irregularity inside the surface.
  C. Lo Piccolo , L. Lipari , G. Cocorullo , V. Valenza and F. Carini
  After a review of the main anatomical districts of relevance to central and peripheral venous catheterization, we analyze the primary guidelines for the management of cannulation of central and peripheral venous catheters; a background study relative to this subject is then carried out. The aim of the present study is to review the main central and peripheral catheterization methods and to share the experience with particular emphasis on analyzing common complications.
  C. Lo. Piccolo , L. Lipari , G. Cocorullo , V. Valenza and F. Carini
  After a review of the main anatomical districts of relevance to central and peripheral venous catheterization, the researchers analyze the primary guidelines for the management of cannulation of central and peripheral venous catheters; a background study relative to this subject is then carried out. The aim of the present study is to review the main central and peripheral catheterization methods and to share the experience with particular emphasis on analyzing common complications.
  F. Carini , C. Lo Piccolo , G. Cocorullo , P. Varia , S. Ferrara and V. Valenza
  ecent studies have suggested an increase in sepsis rates, this increase is due to several factors, such as the increase in the average age of the population, the growing number of invasive procedures and use of immunosuppressive drugs. The increase in sepsis incidence causes localized endothelial damage in various regions, it was this aspect that led us to focus the studies on the endothelium and in vivo microperfusion investigations in order to contribute to the scientific knowledge in this field. The present study will meticulously analyze this current and complex issue that affects on a daily basis, everyone involved in critical patient care.
  F. Carini , G. Cocorullo , G. Venza , C. Lo Piccolo and V. Valenza
  Intestinal malrotation is a malformation characterized by an anomaly in the rotation of the midgut around the axis of the superior mesenteric artery. Its diagnosis is difficult, given the rarity of the illness and the aspecificity and variability of the symptoms as in the case researchers have examined where the symptomatology was characterized by painful colic paroxysms together with closed bowels which passed spontaneously. A correct diagnostic-therapeutic approach together with a strong suspicion is therefore, fundamental for a complete resolution of the clinical picture. In the diagnostic investigation, the gold-standard is represented by a small intestine enema. Therapy is surgical and involves the Ladd technique.
  L. Lipari , A. Gerbino , E. Farina , F. Carini and A. Lipari
  The Parietal Eye (PE) is present in the amphibian and reptilian, by contrast PE is lost in the bird and mammaliam. PE is a part of the pineal complex and still it is dubious the its embryological origin. This study on the a reptilian Chalcides ocellatus shows that the PE originates from the a single vesicle; early the apical part of the vesicle differentiates into PE and successively lost the connection with the basal part of vesicle that differentiates into epiphysis. Histological structure PE differentiates into lens with elongated cells and retina with the photoreceptors or sensitive, radial cells, ganglion cells from which the nerve originates and pigment cells. Both the different development and histological architecture than the lateral eye suggest that the function of PE is limited to the perception of light and heat intensity since the pigment migrates according to different light and thermal conditions.
 
 
 
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