E Marta-Moreno

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We describe the case of a patient whose menopause syndrome was treated with veralipride. After four months of this treatment she started to have bucco-lingual movements and marked dyspnea which caused difficult, irregular breathing and severe thoracic discomfort. After the drug was stopped there was progressive improvement and disappearance of the symptoms(More)
INTRODUCTION The intracranial hypotension syndrome is characterized by a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure of less than 60 mmH2O and presents as postural hypotension which is often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, cervicalgia and some degree of neck rigidity. It is considered to be spontaneous when there is no known precipitating factor. It is believed(More)
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