Juan Bezanilla

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From October 87 to April 92, 172 children were admitted in the N-I-87 protocol of the Spanish Society of Pediatric Oncology for the diagnosis and treatment of neuroblastoma. Forty-eight were considered Evans stage III, 33 of them being older than 1 year. All children were treated with induction chemotherapy (IC) and surgery. IC consisted of three courses of(More)
Cerebral and meningeal involvement in patients with primary extracranial neuroblastoma (NB) is unusual although it is generally present in disseminated disease. The intensification of chemotherapy that has prolonged survival in these children has changed the pattern of relapse presentation, as occurs with isolated central nervous system (CNS) disease. We(More)
Discriminatory channel estimation emerges as a promising method of not only increasing the secrecy rates in conventional wiretap channels, but also providing a valuable tool for solving the authentication problem. In this paper, we revisit the discriminatory channel estimation method by Chang et al. and propose a generalization to the challenging scenario(More)
Eighty four cases of meningococcal infections are reviewed. Fifty seven cases presented themselfs as meningococcal meningitis, twelve cases as sepsis with moderate hypotension and 15 cases were sepsis with septic shock. A brief course of the disease, shock, echymosis, absence of meningeal signs, leucopenia and intravascular coagulation were findings more(More)
Ten two to ten weeks old children are presented with urinary tract infection and jaundice. In six cases "E. coli" was the causative organism. Laboratory data seemed to indicate that hemolisis was an important factor in the pathogenesis of jaundice. Treatment with appropriate antibiotics was favorable in all cases. Urinary tract infection with bacteriemia(More)
The authors reviewed 92 patients diagnosed as ALL. Age range was 1 to 12 years (x = 5 years), 50 males and 42 females. The patients were classified as high risk, intermediate and low risk according to the following prognostic factors: sex, age at diagnosis, visceromegaly, adenopathy, initial WBC, HB, immunoglobulins, and platelets, FAB morphological(More)
From 1972 to 1985, a total of 35 children with histological diagnosis of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma were treated. A previously undiagnosed abdominal non-Hodgkin's lymphoma produced intussusception in three of these children between 5 and 10 years of age. Our experience indicates that any child around 6 years of age with abdominal pain, bloody stools and a(More)