Eduardo Doménech Martínez

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OBJECTIVE Clinical significance of neonatal positive temporal sharp waves (PTS) is controversial. The aim of this work is to study (1) PTS incidence in preterm infants with or without major ultrasound lesion (MUL) per gestational age (GA), and (2) the relationship between PTS in both sleep states and other electroencephalographic (EEG) findings with poor(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether extrauterine life duration is associated with different ontogenic electroencephalographic (EEG) patterns in premature infants compared with neonates born at later gestational ages (GAs). METHODS We included 97 preterm infants of 24-36 weeks GA. We performed neurosonography and EEG recordings at week 1 and 2 of postnatal(More)
This report presents a case of superficial siderosis of the central nervous system secondary to repeated intraventricular and subarachnoid bleeding of a newborn infant with neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia. In addition, this infant manifested Dandy-Walker variant. To date, the few known cases of superficial siderosis in neonates have not been associated(More)
Cocaine is used by approximately 1.5 million Americans each month and up to 69% of the cocaine seized contains levamisole. The real incidence of cocaine-levamisole induced neutropenia is unclear but probably underestimated. Associated complications include fever, thrombocytopenia, skin-vasculitis disorders, and rarely kidney injury. We present a young male,(More)
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