Alejandro Quiroga-Garza

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Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAI) is a clinical entity that has been recognized in recent years as a frequent cause of pain and the early development of hip arthrosis. Subspine hip impingement is characterized by the prominent or abnormal morphology of the anteroinferior iliac spine (AIIS), which contributes to the development of a clinical(More)
PURPOSE Gestational anemia increases the incidence of maternal and fetal complications. Adjuvant recombinant human erythropoietin (rHuEPO) has been used in patients who refuse blood transfusions, have a low response to treatment with iron sulfate, have limited time before birth, or have other illnesses that complicate the anemia. We demonstrated that the(More)
Surgical site infections (SSI) are the third most common nosocomial infection, increasing morbidity and mortality rates of patients as well as their costs of care, but longer-term follow up studies and data are limited. Lidocaine, in addition to being a readily available and accessible local anesthetic, is known to have bacteriostatic properties. A(More)
The rotator cuff transverse force couple (RCTFC) is fundamental in the shoulder biomechanics, as the balance of its muscle components (the subscapularis relative to the infraspinatus and teres minor) provides stability to the joint. The chronic progression of rotator cuff tears usually present alterations in muscle volume, along with atrophy and(More)
MARTÍNEZ-GONZÁLEZ, B.; THERIOT-GIRÓN, M. C.; LÓPEZ-SERNA, N; MORALES-AVALOS, R.; QUIROGA-GARZA, A.; REYES-HERNÁNDEZ, C. G.; VILLANUEVA-OLIVO, A.; LEYVA-VILLEGAS, J. I.; SOTO-DOMÍNGUEZ, A.; DE LA FUENTE-VILLARREAL, D.; ELIZONDO-OMAÑA, R. E. & GUZMÁN-LÓPEZ, S. Morphological analysis of major segments of coronary artery occlusion. Importance in myocardial(More)
The aim of our study was to determine the prevalence of anatomical variants of bronchial arteries using computed tomographic angiography in a population of northeastern Mexico. An observational, transversal, descriptive, comparative, retrospective study was performed using 139 imaging studies of Mexican patients in which we evaluated the following(More)
There is a significant variety of vascular conduits options for coronary bypass surgery. Adequate graft selection is the most important factor for the success of the intervention. To ensure durability, permeability, and bypass function, there must be a morphological similarity between the graft and the coronary artery. The objective of this review was to(More)