José Lino Contreras

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Tumoral pulmonary embolism is among the causes of acute dyspnea in patients with neoplasia. This phenomenon, different to thrombotic embolism, occurs frequently in patients with lung, gastrointestinal, liver, breast and uterus neoplasia. It is usually asymptomatic and usually constitutes an autopsy finding in these patients. More rarely it manifests as a(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this work is to present our endoscopic neuroanatomical findings of a series of myelomeningocele and hydrocephalus patients, treated with endoscopic third ventricular cisternostomy (ETVC), in order to describe ventricular configuration abnormalities in this group of patients, in which this neurosurgical procedure has limited(More)
A 28-year-old woman presented with sudden onset dyspnoea, left-sided chest pain and dry cough for 3 days. She was a nonsmoker. Her blood pressure was 90/60 mm Hg; respiratory rate, 20 breaths/min; finger pulse oximetry, 95% on 10 L/min; supplemental oxygen via non-rebreather mask and heart rate, 100 bpm. On chest auscultation, air entry was absent(More)
Electrocardiographic (ECG) abnormalities occur frequently following a subarachnoid hemorrhage and may also occur intraoperatively and postoperatively in patients undergoing neurovascular procedures. The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between ECG changes and the neurological status of the patient, the size and the location of the aneurysm,(More)
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