Angel Gayete

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BACKGROUND Occupational exposure to dusts, gases and fumes has been associated with reduced FEV1 and sputum production in COPD patients. The effect of occupational exposure on other characteristics of COPD, especially those reflecting emphysema, has not been studied in these patients. METHODS We studied 338 patients hospitalized for a first exacerbation(More)
We report a case of pleural effusion, pericardial thickening, and pulmonary involvement in a patient with dry cough, dyspnea, edema, and changes in the skin of the lower limbs. Treatment with cabergoline (Sogilen) had been started 4 months earlier. Pleural effusion, pericardial thickening, and impaired pulmonary function (airflow obstruction, increased(More)
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