Juan Carlos Jimenez

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Here we present a detailed biophysical model of how brain electrical and vascular dynamics are generated within a basic cortical unit. The model was obtained from coupling a canonical neuronal mass and an expandable vasculature. In this proposal, we address several aspects related to electroencephalographic and functional magnetic resonance imaging data(More)
In the companion article a local electrovascular coupling (LEVC) model was proposed to explain the continuous dynamics of electrical and vascular states within a cortical unit. These states produce certain mesoscopic reflections whose discrete time series can be reconstructed from electroencephalography (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging(More)
OBJECT A desire to prevent complications resulting from spinal surgery led to the development of intraoperative monitoring. Intraoperative electromyography (EMG) provides useful diagnostic information regarding nerve root function during spinal and peripheral nerve surgeries. The C-5 nerve root is considered particularly vulnerable to injury during cervical(More)
In this paper we present a LST product obtained from Advanced Along-Track Scanning Radiometer (AATSR) data. The product has been validated with in situ measurements carried out in the framework of the CarboEurope-Flex-Sentinel-2 (CEFLES2) campaign. In addition the paper present a comparison between the proposed product and the LST retrieved from different(More)
OBJECTIVE We evaluated our experience with segmental radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of the small saphenous vein (SSV), a less common procedure than great saphenous vein ablation, and developed a classification system and algorithm for endovenous heat-induced thrombus (EHIT), based on modifications of our prior algorithm of EHIT following great saphenous(More)
Avances en las bases moleculares de la anestesiología-Madiedo CN., Perea DJ. SummARy Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a surgical procedure which is usually performed under general anaesthesia, even though using a regional technique (epidural) 1 and subarachnoid block 2 leading to good results have also been described. General anaesthesia is very safe but has(More)
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