Barbara Lujan

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The role of nuclear medicine in the detection of sentinel lymph nodes (SLNs) in primary breast cancer is very useful to determine regional lymphatic drainage from the affected breast, mainly its anatomical and/or tumoral individual variability and to determine the initial tumor stage. We present the case of an infiltrating ductal carcinoma of the breast(More)
  • S Vidal-Sicart, B Doménech, +8 authors F Pons
  • Revista espanola de medicina nuclear
  • 2009
UNLABELLED Although sentinel lymph node (SLN) identification is widespread used in melanoma and breast cancer some concerns exist in other malignancies, such gynaecologic cancers, and this staging method has not been adopted in many centers due to lack or large validation studies. AIM To evaluate the applicability and results of SLN technique in(More)
UNLABELLED Abstract Conclusion: The distribution of abnormal results is not uniform between different canals in each patient; the most frequent gain reduction is obtained for the posterior canal. Gain reduction reflects the disease duration and amount of hearing loss. OBJECTIVE To test the hypothesis that the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) evoked after(More)
CASE REPORT An elderly patient was referred to the ophthalmologist for evaluation of photopsia. An ophthalmic examination demonstrated no objective visual alterations. The patient had been receiving digitalis for two months. We suspected digitalis intoxication and the patient was remitted to the Emergency Service. The patient's digoxin blood level was(More)
The purpose of this study was to develop, implement, and evaluate a cognitive-behavior modification program designed to change adolescents' self-statements and increase their levels of self-esteem. Subjects were 27 ninth graders, 18 in the experimental group and 9 in the no-contact control group. Students in the experimental group were given 14 hours of(More)
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