J Casas Rivero

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  • B Clavo, F Robaina, +9 authors M A Hernández
  • 2004
BACKGROUND Tumour ischaemia leads to decreased delivery of oxygen, chemotherapy and radiosensitisers. Hypoxia in head and neck (H&N) tumours is an important adverse prognostic factor. Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is a well-established neurosurgical technique in the treatment of several ischaemic syndromes. This prospective study evaluated the effect of(More)
Nodal peripheral T-cell lymphoma (nodal PTCL) has an unfavorable prognosis, and specific pathogenic alterations have not been fully identified. The biological and clinical relevance of the expression of CD30/T-cell receptor (TCR) genes is a topic under active investigation. One-hundred and ninety-three consecutive nodal PTCLs (89 angioimmunoblastic T-cell(More)
BACKGROUND Equine motor neuron disease (EMND) is a neuromuscular disorder that affects adult horses. Although EMND has been linked to vitamin E deficiency, its etiopathogenesis is poorly understood. OBJECTIVES To describe clinical features, laboratory results, and postmortem findings in a series of young horses with motor neuron disease (MND). ANIMALS A(More)
Ophthalmoplegic migraine is a rare entity, usually starting in childhood, and characterized by recurrent episodes of migrainous headaches associated with an oculomotor cranial nerve palsy, most commonly affecting the third nerve. Its physiopathology remains unknown, but the most recent theory, that considers it as a neuropathy, has led to its inclusion in(More)
Histological analysis of the human vocal folds, focused particularly on the lamina propria of the vocal muscle of fetuses, infants, and adults in horizontal laryngeal sections, allowed us to show the differences in morphology and composition according to the laryngeal development. Our results indicate that the origin of the vocal fold is independent of the(More)
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