Alfredo Ibarra Peláez

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Thirty-five patients over 14 years of age were evaluated, with the common feature of benzodiazepine poisoning, either as a single drug or associated with others and/or with ethanol, and who had a Glasgow score lower than 10 at admission. These patients were treated with flumazenil as a competitive antagonist drug. The results were very satisfactory.(More)
Small-cell anaplastic carcinoma of the colon is a very infrequent tumour (less than 1% of all colorectal neoplasms). Thirty-two cases have been described in the international literature up to 1992. A case, in a 54 year-old patient who underwent successful resection is presented. The importance of this tumour is due to its great aggressivity, and its great(More)
Jejunostomy for enteral feeding is excellent for patients who cannot manage oral intake, with a low complication rate. A Foley catheter, Ryle tube, Kerh tube or needle-catheter (Jejuno-Cath®) are commonly used. It is a safe procedure but it can lead to severe complications. We present two cases: firstly, an 80 year old male who was admitted to the Emergency(More)
Hepatic adenoma and focal nodular hyperplasia are unfrequent benign lesions of the liver with individual histologic characteristics, but not always clinically distinguishable. The main difference is the intratumoral or intraperitoneal bleeding risk (high in adenoma and virtually zero in focal nodular hyperplasia). Surgery is the elective treatment for the(More)
Two hundred and twenty cases of acute overdoses are revised using a specific protocol. We have found a larger number of cases of overdoses to exist in women (62.73%), at an average of 32 years of age, the typical deviation being that of 15.8. Intentional overdoses are predominant (80%), 55.1% using benzodiazepines. The abuse of one sole drug (67.3%) is(More)
Gastric duplication cysts are rare in adults and usually asymptomatic. In most cases they are discovered incidentally by abdominal ultrasound, CT, or upper gastrointestinal x-rays. Most of the duplications (82%) are cystic and do not communicate with the stomach. Approximately half of the cases are associated with other congenital anomalies. We report a(More)
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