2021
DOI: 10.54372/sb.2021.v16.2428
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Abstract: Este artigo tem como objetivo realizar uma revisão integrativa de literatura para identificar as diferentes apresentações da psoríase e as terapêuticas disponíveis. Esta patologia ocorre em 1% a 3% da população mundial, afetando cerca de 1% da população brasileira. Desencadeada por múltiplos fatores externos, que ativam o sistema imunológico inato, essa patologia se manifesta na forma cutânea como placas e pápulas eritematosas e descamativas que variam em número e tamanho, as lesões podem surgir em qualquer ár… Show more

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“…PE practitioners in the gym have also shown inappropriate behaviour regarding the use of alcoholic beverages (Oliveira et al, 2014). For example, in a study carried out by Oliveira, Liberali and Coutinho (2012), of the 40 women practitioners of Fitness that made up the sample (ranging the practice time between 6 months and 3 years), 50% consumed between one and three drinks per week. Later Oliveira et al (2014) added that although PE practitioners in the gym showed risk behaviour for alcohol consumption, there was no association between training intensity and that behaviour.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…PE practitioners in the gym have also shown inappropriate behaviour regarding the use of alcoholic beverages (Oliveira et al, 2014). For example, in a study carried out by Oliveira, Liberali and Coutinho (2012), of the 40 women practitioners of Fitness that made up the sample (ranging the practice time between 6 months and 3 years), 50% consumed between one and three drinks per week. Later Oliveira et al (2014) added that although PE practitioners in the gym showed risk behaviour for alcohol consumption, there was no association between training intensity and that behaviour.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%