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AbstractBibliografická citace Sebastiano Ricci a jeho dílo v českých sbírkách: bakalářská práce/Markéta Zářecká; vedoucí práce PhDr. Petra Oulíková, PhD. - Praha 2015 - str. 70 Anotace: Tato bakalářská práce se zabývá zastoupení Sebastiana Ricciho a jeho děl v českých sbírkách. Zpočátku se práce ve stručnosti zabývá barokním malířstvím v Benátkách za období Ricciho života, na které navazuje životní příběh Sebastiana a Marca Ricciových, s čímž je spojená jejich vzájemná výtvarná spolupráce jako strýce a synovce. Poslední, ale také důležitá část této bakalářské práce je věnována katalogu děl, které vlastní české, moravské galerie a zámky. Katalog také uvádí díla stejného námětu ze zahraničních sbírek, s tím souvisí i otázky týkající se Ricciho autorství či přesné datace prezentovaných děl v katalogu. Závěrem jsou v práci shrnuty dosavadní poznatky a bádání, které byly nedílnou součástí pro vytvoření této práce. Klíčová slova: Sebastiano Ricci, dílo, Benátky, Marco Ricci, sbírky
Bibliographic citation Sebastiano Ricci and his work in the Czech collections: Bachelor thesis / Markéta Zářecká; Leader: PhDr. Petra Oulíková, PhD. - Praha 2015 - 70 pg. Abstract: This thesis deals with the representation of Sebastian Ricci and his works in Czech collections. Initially, the work briefly describes the Baroque painting in Venice for the period Ricci's life that follows the life story of Sebastian and Marco Ricciových, which is associated with their mutual artistic collaboration as uncle and nephew. Last, but also an important part of this thesis is devoted to a catalog of works owned by Czech, Moravian Gallery and locks. Catalog also presents works on the same theme from foreign collections, the related question regarding Ricci authorship or the exact dating of the presented works in the catalog. Finally, the work summarizes the existing knowledge and research that have been an integral part of the creation of this work. Keywords: Sebastiano Ricci, work, Venice, Marco Ricci, collections
Institute of Christian Art History
Ústav dějin křesťanského umění
Katolická teologická fakulta
Catholic Theological Faculty
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Benessere e malattia in medicina estetica. Il superamento di una dicotomia ed il ruolo del medicoMassoni F; Ricci P; Crusco P; Ricci L; Ricci S. (2014)The market for aesthetic medicine is constantly growing and, except “re-constructive” surgery that responds exclusively to the need to improve the appear-ance, it presents a number of legal, but also strictly ethical and professional ques-tions. The aim of the authors is, through a literature review, to discuss whether it can still be possible to deal with an idea of aesthetic medicine extraneous to the concept of disease and, therefore, to re-evaluate the position of the aesthetic surgeon with its authoritative professional dignity.
Work-Related Allergic Rhinitis: A Contemporary Review of the LiteratureBalla, MARIA PAOLA; Marsico, Cataldo; Ricci, Serafino; Ricci, Lidia; Marsico, Salvatore; Ricci, Pasquale; Massoni, Francesco; Ralli, Massimo (Piccin, 2018)Adverse health effects have been reported in workers exposed to inhaled allergens. Allergic rhinitis is a heterogeneous disorder that significantly affects daily activity, work productivity, sleep, learning, and quality of life in all generations. Occupational-ly-related hazards which contribute to the development of allergic rhinitis represent an important avoidable cause of morbidity. The occupational exposure to chemicals or biological agents is the cause of high incidences of allergic rhinitis and this risk is high when the organization and preparation are inadequate and there is a lacking or insufficient information, education and communication. The prevalence of work-related rhinitis, which encompasses both occupational rhinitis and work-exacerbated rhinitis, is estimated to be 31-61%. Data on occupational rhinitis itself are scarce. Although work-related asthma and allergies are a huge burden for society, investigation of oc-cupational exposures in early work life using an unexposed reference group is rare. Occupational allergic diseases are likely to worsen or become intractable as a result of continuous exposure to high concentrations of causative antigens, and are socioeco-nomically important diseases with which the patients might sometimes lose jobs due to work interruptions. It is important to adequately assess, communicate and manage risks in occupational chemical exposure settings with the aim to protect workers and the necessity to introduce periodic health examinations programs focusing on workers to monitor health and well-being and improve working conditions and the working environment.
Work-related noise exposure in a cohort of patients with chronic tinnitus: analysis of demographic and audiological characteristicsRalli, Massimo; Balla, MARIA PAOLA; Greco, Antonio; Altissimi, Giancarlo; Ricci, Pasquale; Turchetta, Rosaria; De Virgilio, Armando; De Vincentiis, Marco; Ricci, Serafino; Cianfrone, Giancarlo (2017)Work-related noise exposure is one of the major factors contributing to the development of adult-onset hearing loss and tinnitus. The aim of this study was to analyze, in patients with chronic tinnitus and long-term occupational noise exposure, (A) characteristics of hearing loss, tinnitus, comorbidities, demographic characteristics and a history of work-related noise exposure and (B) differences among individuals employed in occupations with high and low risk of developing work-related noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). One hundred thirty six patients with chronic tinnitus and at least a 10 year-long working history were divided into two groups based on the risk of their profession to induce NIHL. Individuals employed in jobs at high risk for NIHL were mostly males and exhibited a poorer hearing threshold, more evident in the left ear. Tinnitus was mostly bilateral; the next largest presentation was left-sided; patients described their tinnitus as buzzing or high-pitched. Correlation between age, length of tinnitus and worse hearing was found. Patients with a higher degree of hearing impairment were mostly males and were more likely to have a family history of hearing loss and at least one cardiovascular comorbidity. Our study shows some differences in individuals with tinnitus and a history of a profession associated with increased exposure to NIHL compared to those without such a history.