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Pizarro, Gonzalo -1548

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Works: 94 works in 206 publications in 3 languages and 5,103 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Biography 
Roles: Author, Other
Classifications: F3442, 946
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Most widely held works by Gonzalo Pizarro
Documentos relativos a don Pedro de la Gasca y a Gonzalo Pizarro by Juan Perez de Tudela Bueso( Book )

10 editions published in 1964 in Spanish and Undetermined and held by 75 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Instruments for managing seasonal flood risk using climate forecasts by Gonzalo Pizarro( )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vida del conquistador del Perú, don Francisco Pizarro, y de sus hermanos Hernando, Juan y Gonzalo Pizarro y Francisco Martín de Alcántara by Rómulo Cúneo-Vidal( Book )

1 edition published in 1927 in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Documentos relativos a don Pedro de la Gasca y a Gonzalo Pizarro( Book )

in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Spectroscopic studies of the hydrogen-chlorine flame by Gonzalo Pizarro( )

1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Modelacion numerica del flujo y del arrastre de sedimentos en estuarios durante crecidas by Gonzalo Pizarro( )

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

Clinical, endoscopic and histological correlation and measures of association in ulcerative colitis( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : OBJECTIVE: To determine the correlation between clinical, fecal, endoscopic and histological activity in patients with ulcerative colitis (UC). METHODS: A correlational cross‐sectional analysis was performed in patients with UC who underwent colonoscopy between February and December 2016. Clinical, endoscopic, fecal and histological activities were determined using the partial Mayo subscore, Mayo endoscopic subscore and modified Mayo endoscopic subscore, fecal calprotectin and Geboes score and the presence of basal plasmacytosis, respectively. Scores were analyzed using Spearman's rank correlation test. To determine the association between scores and some clinical variables and active UC, univariate and multivariate logistic regressions were used. RESULTS: Altogether 105 procedures (93 patients) were included. In 64.8% of the procedures, the mucosa was inflamed; however, 14.7% did not show histological inflammation. Endoscopic remission was observed in the other 35.2% of procedures; however, in biopsies 21.6% exhibited histological inflammation. Mayo endoscopic subscore and modified Mayo endoscopic score were well correlated but were only moderately correlated with clinical and histological scores. Furthermore, there was a moderate correlation between Mayo endoscopic score and Geboes score. Conversely, histological scores were poorly correlated with partial Mayo score. In multivariate analysis, Geboes score and basal plasmacytosis were predictive of active disease (OR 3.505, 95% CI 1.544–7.959 and OR 3.240, 95% CI 1.123–9.349, respectively), whereas biological therapy was found to be protective against UC (OR 0.021, 95% CI 0.000–0.641). CONCLUSION: Clinical, endoscopic and histological activities were moderately correlated, while Geboes score and basal plasmacytosis were predictive of endoscopically active UC
Pizarro - La Gasca collection( )

in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Three letters to Gonzalo Pizarro concerning intercolonial shipping. Contains letters from Diego Vásquez, Oct. 13, 1546; Francisco Maldonado, Jan. 3, 1545; and Lope de Ayala, Oct. 7, 1546
P-087 Increase of Admissions Due to IBD in a Developing Country( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : Background: There are scarce data of IBD epidemiology in developing countries. AIM: To evaluate IBD admission rates and their characteristics between 2 non-consecutive periods of time in Chile. Methods: We analyzed the prospective data base of National Office of Health of Chile. We compared characteristics of admission in patients hospitalized due to IBD (ICD-10-CM K50 & K51) between 2 non-consecutive periods of 2 years each, randomly selected: 2008 and 2009 versus 2013 and 2014. Results: During 2008 to 2009 there were 504 admissions due to IBD, including 392 (77.7%) Crohn's disease (CD) patients and 112 (22.2%) ulcerative colitis (UC) patients. Of CD patients 225 (57.4%) were women. Regarding to age of CD patients, 45 (11.4%) were younger than 16 years, 164 (42%) were among 16 to 40 years and 183 (46.9%) were older than 40 years old. In UC patients 62 (55.4%) were women. In relation to age of UC patients, 33 (29.4%) were younger than 16 years, 31 (26.7%) were between 16 to 40 years and 48 (42.8%) were older than 40 years old. The global average length of hospital stay was 13 days. Eighty (15.8%) underwent surgery and the general mortality was of 5 (0.9%) patients. In relation to all Chilean Population, the annual hospitalization rate due to IBD was 1.47/100.000 people-year. During the 2013 to 2014 there were 1116 admissions due to IBD, with 976 (87.4%) CD patients and 140 (12.5%) with UC. CD and UC patients were women in 435 (45%) and 69 (49.1%), respectively. The most frequent age group affected with CD and UC was among 16 and 40 years, with 443 (45.4%) and 76 (54.2%), respectively. The global average length of hospital stay was 5.8 days. One hundred thirty-two (11.8%) underwent surgery and the general mortality was of 8 (0.7%) patients. In relation to all Chilean Population, the annual hospitalization rate due to IBD for this second period was 3.25/100.000 people-year. This finding represents a 2.2 times increase in hospitalization rate ( P < 0.01). Conclusions: In Chile we are observing an important increase in admission rates due to IBD, which reflects an interesting epidemiologic transition of disease affecting Chilean people. These admissions affect people in the productive age. (FONDECYT 1131012)
Reacción del cloro con sustancias exopoliméricas provenientes de biopelículas de agua potable : subproductos de desinfección, características y toxicidad by Mildred Fernanda Lemus Pérez( )

1 edition published in 2017 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"En Colombia los sistemas de tratamiento de agua potable son en su mayoría convencionales y aquellos que abastecen las zonas rurales no cuentan con tratamiento o son operados sin ninguna regulación. Por esta razón sistemas con bajo flujo, como aquellos rurales, pueden estar albergando biopelículas que al entrar en contacto con una dosis no controlada de desinfectante produzca DPB con algún efecto toxicológico. Debido a la poca información existente que enlace a las biopelículas, y más específicamente las EPS, como precursoras de DBP, se formularon tres preguntas de investigación dentro de este proyecto. 1. ¿Cuáles son los subproductos de desinfección producidos por la reacción entre el cloro y los exopolímeros extracelulares generados por las biopelículas de agua potable? 2. ¿Existe una variación en espacio y tiempo de la composición de los EPS dentro de la red de agua potable que modifique los DBP generados? 3. ¿Cuál es el efecto toxicológico de los subproductos generados por la reacción entre el cloro y los exopolímeros extracelulares de las biopelículas de agua potable y su relación con los DBP? ..."--Tomado de la introducción
P-087 Increase of Admissions Due to IBD in a Developing Country( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : Background: There are scarce data of IBD epidemiology in developing countries. AIM: To evaluate IBD admission rates and their characteristics between 2 non-consecutive periods of time in Chile. Methods: We analyzed the prospective data base of National Office of Health of Chile. We compared characteristics of admission in patients hospitalized due to IBD (ICD-10-CM K50 & K51) between 2 non-consecutive periods of 2 years each, randomly selected: 2008 and 2009 versus 2013 and 2014. Results: During 2008 to 2009 there were 504 admissions due to IBD, including 392 (77.7%) Crohn's disease (CD) patients and 112 (22.2%) ulcerative colitis (UC) patients. Of CD patients 225 (57.4%) were women. Regarding to age of CD patients, 45 (11.4%) were younger than 16 years, 164 (42%) were among 16 to 40 years and 183 (46.9%) were older than 40 years old. In UC patients 62 (55.4%) were women. In relation to age of UC patients, 33 (29.4%) were younger than 16 years, 31 (26.7%) were between 16 to 40 years and 48 (42.8%) were older than 40 years old. The global average length of hospital stay was 13 days. Eighty (15.8%) underwent surgery and the general mortality was of 5 (0.9%) patients. In relation to all Chilean Population, the annual hospitalization rate due to IBD was 1.47/100.000 people-year. During the 2013 to 2014 there were 1116 admissions due to IBD, with 976 (87.4%) CD patients and 140 (12.5%) with UC. CD and UC patients were women in 435 (45%) and 69 (49.1%), respectively. The most frequent age group affected with CD and UC was among 16 and 40 years, with 443 (45.4%) and 76 (54.2%), respectively. The global average length of hospital stay was 5.8 days. One hundred thirty-two (11.8%) underwent surgery and the general mortality was of 8 (0.7%) patients. In relation to all Chilean Population, the annual hospitalization rate due to IBD for this second period was 3.25/100.000 people-year. This finding represents a 2.2 times increase in hospitalization rate (P <0.01). Conclusions: In Chile we are observing an important increase in admission rates due to IBD, which reflects an interesting epidemiologic transition of disease affecting Chilean people. These admissions affect people in the productive age. (FONDECYT 1131012)
Obadiah Rich collection by O Rich( )

in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection consists of letters, documents and transcripts relating to the discovery, conquest and colonization of Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela, the Moluccas, and the Philippines; and to the Casa de Contratación and the Council of the Indies
Letter from Pedro Pizarro to his cousin Gonzalo Pizarro by Pedro Pizarro( )

1 edition published in 1547 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Pedro Pizarro's letter of December 8, 1546 [i.e. 1547] to his cousin Gonzalo Pizarro, in which Pedro, who had previously sided with the king's partisans during the rebellion, now proclaims his loyalty to Gonzalo. Pedro, the first historian of the conquest of Peru, asks clemency from Gonzalo and reminds his cousin of their family ties. He concludes by swearing uncompromising allegiance to Gonzalo in the future
[Cuzco, Peru]( )

in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Containing transcripts of documents relating to the founding and early history of Cuzco, Peru, dated 1572, recording statutes and ordinances of the Spanish viceroys for the building of a cathedral and hospital, and a tribute to the Emperor Charles V. Signed by Hernando de Soto, Pedro de Candia, Jose Antonio de Valverde, Joseph Antonio de Areche, Gonzalo Pizarro, and Francisco de Toldeo throughout. Followed (on fols. 167-200) by an earlier register of deliberations and original land grants of the city of Cuzco, signed by Gonzalo Pizarro, Hernando de Soto, Pedro de Candia, and others, dated [1534-1537]
P-185 Clinical, Endoscopical and Histological Correlation in Ulcerative Colitis Patients( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : Background: Mucosal healing has become a therapeutic goal in Ulcerative Colitis (UC) since this has been shown to reduce the likelihood of clinical relapse, risk of surgery, and hospitalisation. However, histological remission has been proposed as an additional predictive marker in the progression of the disease and therapeutic response. Several studies have demonstrated that histological remission is associated with reduction in hospitalizations and surgery. The aim of this study was to determine the correlation between clinical, endoscopical and histological activity. Methods: A correlational analytic cross-sectional study was performed including adult patients with UC who underwent colonoscopy between February and July 2016 in our center. Clinical activity was determined with Partial Mayo Subscore (PMS). Endoscopical activity was assessed with Mayo Endoscopic Subscore (MES) and Mayo Modified Endoscopic Score (MMES). Biological activity was determined with Fecal Calprotectin (FC). Finally, histological activity was assesed with Geboes Score (GS) and the presence of basal plasmocytosis (BP). Scores were analyzed with Spearman's rank correlation coefficient test (rho). Patients with concomitant Clostridium difficile or cytomegalovirus infection were excluded. Results: 53 patients with a total of 59 endoscopic procedures were included (60% female, median age 33 yr [r: 18–69], median disease duration 4 yr [r: 0–39]). Extension of the disease at diagnosis was 19% proctitis, 41.5% left sided colitis and 39.5% pancolitis. Extraintestinal manifestations were reported in 51% of the patients. Mesalamine, immunomodulators and anti-TNF therapy was used in 76%, 27%, and 7% of the cases respectively. In 61% of the procedures the mucosa was inflamed (MES 2–3) while histological activity (GS > 3.1) was present in all, except for one patient. Endoscopic remission (MES 0–1) was observed in the other 39% of procedures; however, 40% of these exhibited histological inflammation in their biopsies. The PMS had a regular correlation with MES and MMES (rho = 0.53/ P = 0.001 and rho = 0.50/ P = 0.001 respectively), and with GS and BP correlated badly (rho = 0.42/ P = 0.008 and rho = 0.32/ P = 0.01 respectively). There was a good correlation between MES and MMES (rho = 0.81/ P = 0.001), while with GS and PB was regular (rho = 0.72/ P = 0.001 and rho = 0.62/ P = 0.001 respectively). Even though MES correlated regularly with GS, there was a positive correlation between these 2 parameters, as at higher GS, a higher MES. MMES correlated regularly with GS and BP (rho = 0.67/ P = 0.001 and rho = 0.57/ P = 0.001). FC had bad correlation with PMS (rho = 0.35/ P = 0.057), while with MES, MMES, GS and BP was regular (rho = 0.79/ P = 0.001, rho = 0.79/ P = 0.001, rho = 0.64/ P = 0.001 and rho = 0.53/ P = 0.002 respectively). Conclusions: Our study confirms that PMS is not a reliable indicator of inflammatory activity. On the other hand, histological activity had a regular correlation with endoscopic activity, which suggests that endoscopic remission might not be enough. Prospective studies will allow defining the usefulness of histologic remission as ultimate goal
 
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Expeditions into the valley of the Amazons, 1539, 1540, 1639The war of Quito by Pedro de Cieza de Leon and Inca documentsThe war of Quito
Alternative Names
Gonsalo Pisarro

Gonzalo Pizarro Conquistador español y gobernador fáctico del Perú

Gonzalo Pizarro hiszpański konkwistador

Gonzalo Pizarro militare spagnolo

Gonzalo Pizarro Spaans ontdekkingsreiziger (1502-1548)

Gonzalo Pizarro španělský conquistador

Gonzalo Pizarro spanischer Conquistador

Gonzalo Pizarro Spanish conquistador

Pizarro, Gonzalo

Pizarro, Gonzalo 150.-1548

Pizarro, Gonzalo -1548

Pizarro, Gonzalo d. 1548

Pizarro, Gonzalo m. 1548

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