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Instituto do Câncer do Estado de São Paulo, Hospital das Clínicas, Faculdade de Medicina - Médico
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  • bookPart
    Fígado e vias biliares
    (2017) ONO, Carla Rachel
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    Cintilografia para pesquisa de sangramento intestinal
    (2017) ONO, Carla Rachel; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos Alberto; SADO, Heitor Naoki; SAPIENZA, Marcelo Tatit
  • article 1 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Evaluation of 10-minute post-injection 11C-PiB PET and its correlation with 18F-FDG PET in older adults who are cognitively healthy, mildly impaired, or with probable Alzheimer's disease
    (2022) CARNEIRO, Camila de Godoi; FARIA, Daniele de Paula; COUTINHO, Artur Martins; ONO, Carla Rachel; DURAN, Fabio Luis de Souza; COSTA, Naomi Antunes da; GARCEZ, Alexandre Teles; SILVEIRA, Paula Squarzoni da; FORLENZA, Orestes Vicente; BRUCKI, Sonia Maria Dozzi; NITRINI, Ricardo; FILHO, Geraldo Busatto; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos Alberto
    Objective: Positron emission tomography (PET) allows in vivo evaluation of molecular targets in neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease. Mild cognitive impairment is an intermediate stage between normal cognition and Alzheimer-type dementia. In vivo fibrillar amyloid-beta can be detected in PET using [11C]-labeled Pittsburgh compound B (11C-PiB). In contrast, [18F] fluoro-2-deoxy-d-glucose (18F-FDG) is a neurodegeneration biomarker used to evaluate cerebral glucose metabolism, indicating neuronal injury and synaptic dysfunction. In addition, early cerebral uptake of amyloid-PET tracers can determine regional cerebral blood flow. The present study compared early-phase 11C-PiB and 18F-FDG in older adults without cognitive impairment, amnestic mild cognitive impairment, and clinical diagnosis of probable Alzheimer's disease.Methods: We selected 90 older adults, clinically classified as healthy controls, with amnestic mild cognitive impairment, or with probable Alzheimer's disease, who underwent an 18F-FDG PET, early -phase 11C-PiB PET and magnetic resonance imaging. All participants were also classified as amyloid-positive or-negative in late-phase 11C-PiB. The data were analyzed using statistical parametric mapping.Results: We found that the probable Alzheimer's disease and amnestic mild cognitive impairment group had lower early-phase 11C-PiB uptake in limbic structures than 18F-FDG uptake. The images showed significant interactions between amyloid-beta status (negative or positive). However, early -phase 11C-PiB appears to provide different information from 18F-FDG about neurodegeneration.Conclusions: Our study suggests that early-phase 11C-PiB uptake correlates with 18F-FDG, irrespective of the particular amyloid-beta status. In addition, we observed distinct regional distribution patterns between both biomarkers, reinforcing the need for more robust studies to investigate the real clinical value of early-phase amyloid-PET imaging.
  • article 2 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Brain PET amyloid and neurodegeneration biomarkers in the context of the 2018 NIA-AA research framework: an individual approach exploring clinical-biomarker mismatches and sociodemographic parameters (vol 45, pg 616, 2020)
    (2020) COUTINHO, Artur Martins; BUSATTO, Geraldo F.; PORTO, Fabio Henrique de Gobbi; FARIA, Daniele de Paula; ONO, Carla Rachel; GARCEZ, Alexandre Teles; SQUARZONI, Paula; DURAN, Fabio Luiz de Souza; OLIVEIRA, Maira Okada de; TRES, Eduardo Sturzeneker; BRUCKI, Sonia Maria Dozzi; FORLENZA, Orestes Vicente; NITRINI, Ricardo; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos Alberto
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    Cintilografia cerebral e estudos com tálio-201 e sestamibi
    (2017) COUTINHO, Artur Martins Novaes; ONO, Carla Rachel; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos Alberto
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    Deciphering Corticobasal Syndrome: are clinical features and FDG-PET imaging capable of predicting amiloyd status?
  • article 0 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Probable 4-Repeat Tauopathy Criteria Predict Brain Amyloid Negativity, Distinct Clinical Features, and FDG-PET/MRI Neurodegeneneration Patterns in Corticobasal Syndrome
    (2024) PARMERA, Jacy Bezerra; CARNEIRO, Camila de Godoi; ALMEIDA, Isabel Junqueira de; OLIVEIRA, Marcos Castello Barbosa de; BARBOSA, Pedro Melo; STUDART-NETO, Adalberto; ONO, Carla Rachel; NITRINI, Ricardo; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos Alberto; BARBOSA, Egberto Reis; BRUCKI, Sonia Maria Dozzi; COUTINHO, Artur Martins
    BackgroundCorticobasal syndrome (CBS) is associated with diverse underlying pathologies, including the four-repeat (4R)-tauopathies. The Movement Disorders Society (MDS) criteria for progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) proposed the novel category ""probable 4R-tauopathy"" to address the phenotypic overlap between PSP and corticobasal degeneration (CBD).ObjectivesTo investigate the clinical ability of the MDS-PSP criteria for probable 4R-tauopathy in predicting a negative amyloid-PET in CBS. Additionally, this study aims to explore CBS patients classified as 4R-tauopathy concerning their clinical features and neuroimaging degeneration patterns.MethodsThirty-two patients with probable CBS were prospectively evaluated and split into those who fulfilled or did not fulfill the 4R-tauopathy criteria (CBS-4RT+ vs. CBS-4RT-). All patients underwent positron emission tomographies (PET) with [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose and [11C]Pittsburgh Compound-B (PIB) on a hybrid PET-MRI scanner to perform multimodal quantitative comparisons with a control group.ResultsEleven patients were clinically classified as CBS-4RT+, and only one had a positive PIB-PET. The CBS-4RT+ classification had 92% specificity, 52% sensitivity, and 69% accuracy in predicting a negative PIB-PET. The CBS-4RT+ group presented with dysarthria and perseveration more often than the CBS-4RT- group. Moreover, the CBS-4RT+ group showed a prominent frontal hypometabolism extending to the supplementary motor area and striatum, and brain atrophy at the anterior cingulate and bilateral striata.ConclusionsThe 4R-tauopathy criteria were highly specific in predicting a negative amyloid-PET in CBS. Patients classified as 4R-tauopathy presented distinct clinical aspects, as well as brain metabolism and atrophy patterns previously associated with tauopathies.
  • article 6 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Effects of exercise training on brain metabolism and cognitive functioning in sleep apnea
    (2022) UENO-PARDI, Linda M.; SOUZA-DURAN, Fabio L.; MATHEUS, Larissa; RODRIGUES, Amanda G.; BARBOSA, Eline R. F.; CUNHA, Paulo J.; CARNEIRO, Camila G.; COSTA, Naomi A.; ONO, Carla R.; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos A.; NEGRAO, Carlos E.; LORENZI-FILHO, Geraldo; BUSATTO-FILHO, Geraldo
    Impaired glucose metabolism reflects neuronal/synaptic dysfunction and cognitive function decline in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The study investigated the extent to which exercise training (ET) improves cerebral metabolic glucose rate (CMRgl) and cognitive function in patients with OSA. Patients with moderate to severe OSA were randomly assigned to ET (3 times/week, n = 23) or no intervention (control, n = 24). Echocardiography and apolipoprotein epsilon 4 (APOE epsilon 4) genotyping were obtained at baseline. Both groups underwent cardiopulmonary exercise testing, polysomnography, cognitive tests, brain magnetic resonance imaging, and F-18-fluoro-2-deoxy-d-Glucose positron emission tomography ((18)FDG-PET) at baseline and study end. Compared with control, exercise-trained group had improved exercise capacity, decreased apnea-hypopnea index (AHI), oxygen desaturation and arousal index; increased attention/executive functioning, increased CMRgl in the right frontal lobe (P < 0.05). After ET an inverse relationships occurred between CMRgl and obstructive AHI (r = - 0.43, P < 0.05) and apnea arousal index (r = - 0.53, P < 0.05), and between the changes in CMRgl and changes in mean O-2 saturation during sleep and non-rapid eye movement sleep (r = - 0.43, P < 0.05), desaturation during arousal (r = - 0.44, P < 0.05), and time to attention function testing (r = - 0.46, P < 0.05). ET improves OSA severity and CMRg in the frontal lobe, which helps explain the improvement in attention/executive functioning. Our study provides promising data that reinforce the growing idea that ET may be a valuable tool to prevent hypoxia associated with decreased brain metabolism and cognitive functioning in patients with moderate to severe OSA.
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    The Value of Brain FDG-PET or SPECT in predicting the clinical features of Corticobasal Syndrome
    (2018) PARMERA, Jacy; ARANHA, Mateus; COUTINHO, Artur; STUDART, Adalberto; ONO, Carla; NITRINI, Ricardo; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos; BRUCKI, Sonia
  • article 3 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Correlação entre volume tireoidiano determinado pelo método de ultrassonografia versus cintilografia e sua implicação em cálculos dosimétricos na terapia com radioiodo na doença de Graves
    (2011) VIEIRA, Lucas de Oliveira; KUBO, Rodrigo; SAPIENZA, Marcelo Tatit; WILLEGAIGNON, Jose; CHAMMAS, Maria Cristina; COURA-FILHO, George Barberio; ONO, Carla Rachel; WATANABE, Tomoco; SADO, Heitor Naoki; BUCHPIGUEL, Carlos Alberto
    Introduction: Graves disease (GD) is the most common cause of hiperthyroidism, and the most common treatment options are surgery, antithyroid drugs and radioiodine therapy. In radiodosimetric calculations to determine radioiodine dosage it is possible to use thyroid volume estimatives based on ultrasound or scintigraphy. Objective: The present study aimed to correlate these methodologies emphasizing volume estimatives and dosimetric implications. Subjects and methods: Were included 103 patients with GD diagnosis and indication of radioiodine treatment. They were submitted to thyroid ultrasound and thyroid scintigraphy. Results and conclusions: Good correlation between both methods was observed, although scintigraphy systematically obtained greater volumes than ultrasound implying in lower estimatives of absorbed dose when scintigraphy is used. Arq Bras Endocrinol Metab. 2011;55(9):696-700