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Candidemia and delay to appropriate therapy contribute to increased morbidity and mortality. Current literature addresses the delay between blood culture collection and final identification; however, it fails to delineate differences among species. The purpose of this study was to quantify the time to yeast detection and identification relative to blood… (More)
This communication describes the general biochemical properties and some immunological characteristics of the venom from the Peruvian scorpion Hadruroides lunatus, which is the most medically relevant species in Peru. The soluble venom of this scorpion is toxic to mice, the LD₅₀ determined was 0.1 mg/kg and 21.55 mg/kg when the venom was injected… (More)
Integrin alpha:beta heterodimers mediate cell contacts to the extracellular matrix and initiate intracellular signaling cascades in response to a variety of factors. Integrins interact with many determinants of cellular phenotypes and play roles in controlling the development, structural integrity, and function of every type of tissue. Despite their… (More)
Pedicled tongue flaps (anterior, posterior, double) have proved to be an effective method of repairing defects due to tissue loss in the oral cavity. Their central position, mobility, and excellent blood supply make the use of these flaps feasible in a variety of sites.
We report on 3 Spanish sibs with the Bartsocas-Papas syndrome. This appears to be the seventh reported family; all but one of them are of Mediterranean origin. We propose that a generalized vascular disruption is the most likely pathogenetic mechanism for the anomalies found in this syndrome.
We present a new case of Pilomatrix Carcinoma after having review the 22 cases previously published. The tumor arisen in a 74 years old male, in the left preauricular region. The lesion was excised with wide margins. A year after there is not any evidence of recurrence or metastases.
On June 15, 2012, Javier J. Martínez Fernández defended his PhD dissertation at University Carlos III Madrid, Spain, entitled; “A stress-awareness approach to safer decision making in the trading process integrating biometric sensor technology”. A great part of the research was funded by Spanish Ministry of Education under the project ARTEMISA… (More)
This work argues that the vaccine used to control Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib) in the US should become a routine vaccination for infants in the Dominican Republic as well. Hib was the most common cause of meningitis in children under five years old in the US before the vaccine became available. Mortality from meningitis caused by Hib has declined… (More)