F M Anaya Barea

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Neonatal diabetes mellitus is defined as hyperglycemia detected in the first month of life of more than 2 weeks' duration, requiring insulin treatment. It is extremely uncommon (1/500,000 neonates) and is permanent in only 30% of cases. Several hypotheses concerning its etiology have been postulated, such as pancreatic immaturity, paternal uniparental(More)
BACKGROUND Because of the lack of data from our province, we performed the present study to determine the current situation and future evolution in our region of the most frequent chronic disease in childhood. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the incidence of diabetes mellitus and the prevalence of type 1A diabetes mellitus in children younger than 16 years old from(More)
From 1974 to 1987 we have diagnosed thirty three patients with rheumatic fever. The age of onset ranged from three to sixteen years with a mean age of nine years and six months. Carditis was the most frequent major criteria (27/33) followed by arthritis (14/33) and Sydenham's chorea (6/33). All the patients with carditis had the mitral valve affected. The(More)
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