Alejandro Gallardo-Tur

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Background. Transient global amnesia (TGA) is a syndrome of sudden, unexplained isolated short-term memory loss. In the majority of TGA cases, no causes can be identified and neuroimaging, CSF studies and EEG are usually normal. We present a patient with TGA associated with a small acute infarct at the cingulate gyrus. Case Report. The patient, a 62(More)
Hemiplegic migraine (HM) is an unusual type of migraine, with few cases reported in the literature. Unlike other types of migraine, aura HM presents accompanying motor deficit manifestations that do not last more than 24 hours. We report a 27-year-old man referred to us from the emergency department to carry out a cerebral perfusion SPECT with(More)
INTRODUCTION Tuberous sclerosis is a genetic disease, the main manifestations of which are the formation of neuroectodermal tumours, which are very often associated to secondary epilepsy. AIM To describe the epileptic profile, control, frequency of seizures and effectiveness of treatment in adult patients with tuberous sclerosis. PATIENTS AND METHODS(More)
INTRODUCTION Disorders of the lower urinary tract are frequent in patients with multiple sclerosis throughout the course of the disease and reach variable prevalences close to 75%. It is essential to obtain an early diagnosis in the initial phases and to implement an optimal therapeutic management. Burks et al developed the Actionable Bladder Symptoms(More)
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