Gerardo Aguado

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The development of language indicating the emergence of thinking about the thoughts of self and others has been scarcely studied in Spanish-speaking children. For this reason, we studied the development of mental state language and various indicators of language development in 25 Spanish-speaking children assessed at 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, and 5 years of age.(More)
We report the naming performance of a fluent aphasic, DP, who shows a striking dissociation between semantic and phonological (nonword) errors: he produced numerous semantic errors but virtually no phonological errors. DP's pattern of performance is the reverse of that reported for patient DM (Caramazza, Papagno, & Ruml, 2000), who only made phonological(More)
Sixteen Spanish aphasic patients named drawings of objects on three occasions. Multiple regression analyses were carried out on the naming accuracy scores. For the patient group as a whole, naming was affected by visual complexity, object familiarity, age of acquisition, and word frequency. The combination of variables predicted naming accuracy in 15 of the(More)
AIMS To analyze whether repetition of nonwords (NWR) is a good method to differentiate between Spanish-speaking children with specific language impairment (SLI), children with normal language development (NL), and children with articulation disorder (AD), and to study whether phonological and syllabical characteristics, which are present in nonwords used in(More)
A 39 year old female presented with a multifocal lesions in the skull, at the frontal right and parietal left. We performed bilateral craniectomies guided with navigation, and the bone defects were repaired with titanium mesh. The pathological examination reported intraosseous cavernous hemangioma in both lesions. Follow up of six months without any(More)
These recommendations are designed to be of assistance to doctors in ICUs when making first evaluations of these patients. They are mainly intended to assist with early diagnosis, risk stratification and initial treatment. The need for individualised treatment is at present one of the main objectives in the management of Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), with(More)
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