Anca Ioana Bădărău

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Fahr's disease (FD) is a rare clinical neurodegenerative entity, occurring in fourth or fifth decade or elderly patients, consisting in symmetric polytopic calcifications, in one ore more of the following areas: basal ganglia, cerebral white matter, thalami, internal capsulae, cerebellum, which can lead to pyramidal, extrapyramidal, cerebellar symptoms,(More)
Gastrointestinal cancers represent a major cause of morbidity and mortality, with incomplete response to chemotherapy in the advanced stages and poor prognosis. Angiogenesis plays a crucial part in tumor growth and metastasis, with most gastrointestinal cancers depending strictly on the development of a new and devoted capillary network. Confocal laser(More)
Intracerebellar primary hematoma are produced by spontaneous hemorrhages in the cerebellar parenchima and usually present an sudden onset. In the present study we analyzed a serie of 34 cases of primary intracerebellar hematoma, in patients of both genders, between 35 and 80 years old. Taking in account the incidence of symptoms, the clinical picture was(More)
Cystic meningioma represent a rare entity, accounting 1.7 to 11.7% from the total intracranial meningiomas. We present a 41 years old patients' case who suffered of an progressive bilateral visual acuity decreasing, more pronounced on the right side. The clinical examination revealed a severe reduction of vision, represented by difficulties in light(More)
The inflammation of the optic nerve called optic neuropathy could be an onset marker of multiple sclerosis. The authors review the place of optic neuropathy (neuritis) in the inflammatory demyelinating disease continuum, especially as the onset symptom of multiple sclerosis. We present the clinical symptoms, the aetiology of optic neuritis and the adjacent(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIM The surgical management of the hepatic post hydatid remnant cavity includes conservative and radical methods. External drainage of the remnant cavity (with or without cavity-minimizing) is a simple conservative method that can be safely performed, and can be associated with endoscopic papillo-sphincterectomy (EPS) in case of cysto-biliary(More)
BACKGROUND The development of combination antiretroviral therapies (cART) represents a significant advance in the treatment of (human immunodeficiency virus) HIV infection. However, several studies report that a large percentage of individuals with HIV, particularly those receiving cART, present body composition differences compared with the general(More)
Minimal Hepatic Encephalopathy (MHE) is a potentially reversible spectrum of neuro-psychiatric alterations in patients with acute or chronic liver disease, in the presence of a normal neurological examination. Studies demonstrated that early diagnosis and treatment of this complication increases the quality of life of the patients and leads to an overall(More)
Our previous research as well as data in literature (Yuasas, Ishizawa M.--1992) emphasised increased plasma fibrinolytic activity (PFA) in women during labor. Starting from these data we have tried to observe plasma fibrinolytic activity studied through euglobulin lysis time (ELT) in women during pregnancy and after delivery. We studied 25 healthy pregnant(More)