Eduardo Montoya

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The Postconcussive Symptom Questionnaire (PCSQ) was developed to assess the symptoms associated with the controversial diagnosis of postconcussion syndrome. We examined item endorsement on the PCSQ in two groups. The first group was made up of individuals diagnosed with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. The second group was made up of individuals(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify the variables that influenced brain-dead donor family groups to refuse donation. METHODS The Tissue and Organ Procurement System in Venezuela designed a tool to register some phases of a family interview performed by transplant coordinators. This tool analyzed three phases. The first phase of the interview allowed the coordinator to(More)
INTRODUCTION The cystic tumor of the pancreas is a relatively uncommon entity. There are different types of pancreatic cystic tumors and they all exhibit different degrees of malignancy. These tumors represent 1% of all primary pancreatic tumors and only 15% of the cystic lesions. The serous cystadenomas (SCA) are mostly benign lesions with an average size(More)
TEM specimens of a LaAlO(3)/SrTiO(3) multilayer are prepared by FIB with internal lift out. Using a Ga(+1) beam of 5 kV, a final cleaning step yielding top, top-angle, side, and bottom-angle cleaning is performed. Different cleaning procedures, which can be easily implemented in a dual beam FIB system, are described and compared; all cleaning types produce(More)
OBJECTIVES The present study was designed to determine whether the surgeon factor has an independent effect on morbidity and mortality rates after duodenopancreatectomy. MATERIAL AND METHOD Between October 2002 and December 2006, we performed a study of 119 patients who underwent duodenopancreatectomy. The surgeons were divided into 3 groups according to(More)
INTRODUCTION The cystic tumors of the pancreas represent an uncommon entity and the less frequent type among them is the solid pseudopapillary tumor of the pancreas. Its main difference lies in the fact that this type of tumor is more frequent in young patients. Solid pseudopapillary tumors are generally tumors of large size and the majority of them have a(More)
Viral acute pancreatitis in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infected patients has been occasionally described. We studied nine patients with HIV antibodies and acute pancreatitis attributed to Cytomegalovirus and/or Cryptosporidium infection. In four patients the clinical picture was consistent with acute pancreatitis while in five clinical(More)
This case is about a one obesity patient to carry out pancreaticoduodenectomy for solido pseudopapilary cyst of the pancreatic head, considerate in pancreatic surgery like high risk for to present soft pancreatic, wirsung smaller to 2mm and not bile duct dilatation .The pancreaticojejunostomy was performed end to end with invagination of the pancreatic(More)