Geovana A. João

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INTRODUCTION Hyperglycaemia, usually not ketotic, may cause hemichorea hemiballism. The mechanism of this physiopathological syndrome is still not clear. It usually occurs in elderly ladies and is associated with hyperdensity in the striate area contralateral to the affected side, on CT and MR potentiated in T1. CLINICAL CASE Three days before hospital(More)
A 64-year-old woman with dyslipidemia, hyper-tension and type 2 diabetes plus an existing 4.0-mm × 28-mm bare-metal stent (BMS; Multilink Penta, Abbott Vascular, US) deployed over 10 years ago in the right coronary artery (RCA) was admitted to our emergency department with inferolateral and posterior ST-segment elevation acute myocardial infarction.(More)
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