Eva Rodríguez García

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OBJECTIVE To illustrate the morphological and functional magnetic resonance findings for total and partial anomalous pulmonary venous connections as well as of the most common complications after surgery. CONCLUSION The magnetic resonance findings are fundamental in defining the type of anomalous connection, deciding on the treatment, planning the(More)
Vascular manifestations on Behçet's disease (BD) vary from 25 to 65% according to different series. Affects both arteries as veins, but superficial thrombophlebitis is the most frequent disorder. Disorders with higher morbidity like deep venous thrombosis, and arterial aneurisms can appear, even in the lungs. In our series of 30 patients we found an(More)
Malignant heart tumors are less common than benign ones. They can be primary or secondary. Secondary or metastatic heart tumors are 20 to 40 times more common than primary malignant heart tumors, which have an estimated incidence of 0.05%. Non-neoplastic pseudotumors can present as cardiac masses, with imaging characteristics than can suggest the diagnosis(More)
Cardiac masses represent a diagnostic challenge because decisions about treatment are based on imaging techniques. Echocardiography, magnetic resonance (MR) and computed tomography (CT) are fundamental for the detection, characterization, and staging of cardiac masses as well as for planning their treatment. Most primary cardiac tumors are benign; myxomas,(More)
Evaluating professional competence in medicine is a difficult but indispensable task because it makes it possible to evaluate, at different times and from different perspectives, the extent to which the knowledge, skills, and values required for exercising the profession have been acquired. Tests based on multiple choice questions have been and continue to(More)
Connective tissue growth factor (CTGF) is increased in several pathologies associated with fibrosis, including multiple renal diseases. CTGF is involved in biological processes such as cell cycle regulation, migration, adhesion and angiogenesis. Its expression is regulated by various factors involved in renal damage, such as transforming growth factor- ,(More)
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