José Carlos Cabrera-Lopez

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INTRODUCTION Moebius's syndrome is an entity present at birth, characterized by oculofacial paralysis and external ophthalmoplegia. Other cranial nerves can also be affected and associated to skeletal abnormalities and neurologic symptoms. It appears sporadically, sometimes of familiar nature, presenting special facies with total absence of facial(More)
INTRODUCTION Myasthenia is an autoimmune disease, being generalized muscular weakness, with important participation of facial muscles, a prominent feature. Signs of muscular fatigue arise, worsened by exercise and alleviated by rest. Clinical symptoms are less marked before noon, and get worse as the day advances, through the afternoon and evening. A clear(More)
CASE REPORTS We report the cases of four males from four different families, who presented paroxysmal episodes from the 1st 2nd year. These episodes were characterised by asymmetrical bilateral dystonia of the upper limbs, predominantly in both hands, and were associated with orofacial dyskinesias, stereotipies (jumping, arm flapping, etc.), facial tics(More)
INTRODUCTION Aicardi-Goutieres syndrome is a rare progressive subacute encephalopathy of early onset - generally in the first year of life - characterised by psychomotor retardation, microcephaly, alterations in the white matter of the brain, intracranial calcifications, pleocytosis and elevated levels of interferon alpha in the cerebrospinal fluid. It is(More)
INTRODUCTION Pallister-Killian syndrome is characterised by intellectual disability, hypotonia, motor disability and a characteristic phenotype in which notable features include a rugged-looking face, alterations affecting the pigmentation of the skin and bitemporal alopecia. It is often associated with seizures and malformations in other organs and(More)
INTRODUCTION Hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) is a set of neurodegenerative clinical features characterised by a progressive loss of strength in the lower limbs together with spasticity. It is the result of an axonal lesion in the corticospinal tracts. Type 1, known as SPG1, is the most common form of X-linked HSP. This is produced by a mutation in the(More)
INTRODUCTION Familial hemiplegic migraine is a rare subtype of migraine with aura that includes, as it progresses, a motor defect together with visual or sensory symptoms or speech disorders. It may be associated to symptoms such as basilar migraine, coma and convulsions. Familial hemiplegic migraine type 2 accounts for 25% of them. CASE REPORTS Two(More)
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