Gabriel Trinidad Ruíz

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Sinonasal undifferentiated carcinomas are rare neoplasms but highly malignant and aggressive. We are reporting the case of a 75 year-old female who had related recurrent epistaxis, facial pain and progressive nasal obstruction. The clinical data collected by the exploration joint to CT showed us the presence of a tumoral mass located in the right nasal(More)
We report our study of 32 patients diagnosed as hyperparathyroidism due to chronic renal failure (27 secondary forms and 5 tertiary ones), between June 1990 and 2003, that were sent from Nefrology Department for to surgical intervention. The following parameters have been analysed: Age, sex, clinical symptoms, kind of surgery performed, postoperative(More)
INTRODUCTION A prospective and statistic study is presented to evaluate the efficacy of nutritional support in the postoperative care of patients with pharyngocutaneous fistula after laryngectomy. PATIENTS AND METHODS All patients who developed pharyngocutaneous fistula after total o partial laryngectomy between 2001 and 2004 were included and assigned to(More)
We report a clinical case of a 26 years old female who had a 2 years evolution chin tumour with hypercalcemia (11.8 mg/dl) and PTH (paratohormone) of 761 pg/ml. She underwent a CT scan and MRI of the mandible, as well as a biopsy followed by excision of the tumour by the maxilofacial surgeons. Our ENT Department asked for a Scintigraphy (Tc99s-mibi) and(More)
The primary malignant melanomas of sphenoidal sinus are very uncommon tumours. We are reporting a clinical case of a 56 years-old male who was sent from the Neurology Department with ocular pain and headache of several months evolution and without personal history. Exploration revealed a VIth palsy, diplopia and ptosis. The complementary imaging tests (CT(More)
INTRODUCTION To evaluate the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of the treatments used for controlling epistaxis, particularly compared with the surgical endoscopic ligation or cauterization of sphenopalatine (SP) and anterior ethmoid (AE) arteries, a intervention prospective-retrospective study is presented with the aim of assessing the feasibility of these(More)
The Plummer-Vinson Syndrome is characterized by the presence of dysphagia, iron deficiency anemia and esophageal webs. We report the clinical case of a 67 year-female who was admitted with aphagia, glositis and important sialorrea. After performing a digestive endoscopy we found a double membrane located on Killiam region (upper esophageal tract) and(More)
We are reporting an atypical and very rare clinical case of nasal angiofibroma in a 60 year-old female who presented with recurrent epistaxis and nasal blockage. The tumour was located on the right inferior turbinate C.T scans., M.R.I. and Angiography were required as complementary studies. After trying without success a previous arterial embolization, the(More)
We report the clinic and microbiological findings that were obtained in 10 adult patients admitted by our ENT Service with diagnosis of suppurative bacterial acute parotitis. S. aureus and Streptococcus sp were the most isolated organisms. All the patients were treated by hidratation, endovenous antibiotic therapy sometimes modified according to the(More)
We are reporting 6 clinical cases corresponding to admitted patients with intracranial abscesses (4 in brain and 2 in cerebellum) due to chronic otogenic pathology. Five were men and one woman with ages between 25 and 74 years. We have analysed in each case the initial symptoms, otoscopic exam, the otic and cranial CT informed, diagnosis, treatment and(More)