Alfonso Martínez García

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We report a 36 years old patient with Sjogren's syndrome, who during her second pregnancy, the product developed a miocardiopathy with complete heart block that was diagnosed in utero at 26 weeks of pregnancy. Simultaneously, laboratory data reported a SS-A/Ro titer of 1:50,000 with positive antiphospholipids antibodies. Patient was subjected three times to(More)
PURPOSE To determine the efficiency and safety of latanoprost in glaucoma patients previously treated with Betablockers. METHODS Latanoprost 0.005% was applied topically once daily without washing period in 60 eyes with primary open-angle glaucoma. The baseline intraocular pressure (IOP) was compared with post-latanoprost IOP for each yee. Responders were(More)
In this research a novel interferometric system is reported, which allows the generation of four simultaneous interferograms with phase shifts of π/2. The system consists of three coupled interferometers: a rectangular Sagnac interferometer which generates a primary pattern with crossed circular polarizations, coupled to two Michelson interferometers which(More)
Through the history of art many artists in their works have portrayed different signs of pathologies. In some cases, the illnesses are easily recognised, although in others a well trained specialist is necessary to reach the diagnosis. Within the numerous works of art that have attracted medical interest, there is none comparable to the most famous and(More)
We report a retrospective review of primary peptic ulcer disease in 16 children, 8 boys and 8 girls between 2 and 14 years of age, seen at our hospital over a 4 years and 4 months period. Endoscopy was realized in all children and revealed 7 duodenal ulcers (DU) and 11 gastric ulcers (GU) (two patients had both locations). At the initial diagnosis 5(More)
It used to be thought that the consequences of coronary artery disease were final, and that the prognosis of the patient was limited to the extent of the ventricular dysfunction. This paradigm changed radically when the concept of hibernating myocardium was introduced, which states the existence of tissue that can regain contractile function after being(More)
Iatrogenic fractures are frequently produced by certain dental techniques, such as lateral condensation or the use of intra-radicular screws or pins. In the present study, we have described these fractures by means of the scanning electron microscope. Although several authors have pointed out the difficulty to visualize the iatrogenic fractures, they can be(More)