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[The neuroanatomy of Juan Valverde de Amusco and medicine at the time of the Spanish renaissance].
TLDR
The objective of this paper is to study the neuroanatomy in this book and present unpublished biographical data and describe the main contributions of this Castilian doctor to the neurosciences, in the context of Spanish medicine during the Renaissance period.
[Monomelic segmental amyotrophy: a Spanish case involving the leg].
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A 65-year old male presented with selective amyotrophy of the right lower limb which, after a progressive course of some months, had stabilized 12 years previously and support the hypothesis of a casual vascular factor, as proposed by Hirayama and Serratrice.
[Heterotopic gray matter: an infrequent cause of epilepsy].
TLDR
A case of a 27-year-old woman with generalized convulsions is reported, including the results of cerebral computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, which show nodular masses of gray matter were present in the periventricular region.
[Cerebral ischemia in Rendu-Osler-Weber disease].
TLDR
A case of a patient diagnosed as having HHT with transient ischemic attacks and a PAVM, which was occluded by the use of embolotherapy.
[Wilson disease: a new case treated with trientine].
TLDR
The case of a young patient whose case began, four years ago, with depressive-type manifestations, with diagnosis only being made now is presented, along with that concerning the effectiveness and safety of therapeutic alternatives to D-penicilamine.
[Sabuco's suco nerveo and the origins of neurochemistry in the Spanish Renaissance].
TLDR
Besides constituting the most illustrious forerunner of modern day neurochemistry, Sabuco s work also encourages doctors to treat their patients in an integral manner, with equal attention being given to the body, mind and soul.
[Benign evolution of a spontaneous vermian hematoma using conservative treatment].
TLDR
A rare case of spontaneous vermian haematoma with benign course without surgery is reported, including the results of neuroimaging tests.
[Charcot-Marie-Tooth: a family case report].
Three cases in a Spanish family are presented, showing diagnosis criteria of hereditary motor-sensitive neuropathy (Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease) type I: suggestive symptoms, neurological and
[Clinicopathological study of a case of oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy].
TLDR
One case of oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy is reported, in a 75 year old white male with manifest family history of palpebral ptosis, who displayed bilateral ptosis and dysphagia, and it was necessary to perform a cricopharygeal myotomy to overcome the malnutrition secondary to his swallowing problem.
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