Carmen Penin

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Acute necrotizing encephalopathy of childhood is a rare disease with a broad clinical, radiologic, and biochemical spectrum. In the few postmortem studies published to date, the neuropathologic findings involved symmetric, necrotic brain lesions as the hallmark. Here we report on the clinical and neuropathologic findings of a Spanish child with the most(More)
Fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) is used routinely in the diagnosis of primary, benign, malignant and metastatic hepatic tumors. At our hospital, the staging protocol for small cell lung carcinomas and lymphomas requires biochemical determination of liver function, hepatic radionuclide analysis with 99Tc and abdominal echography (used also for FNAB(More)
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