Juan José Díaz Martín

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INTRODUCTION The Susac syndrome is made up of the clinical triad: encephalopathy, visual and hearing defects. It is caused by microangiopathy of unknown origin affecting the small arteries of the brain, retina and cochlea. It is very uncommon. It mainly affects young women. The course of the illness is usually monophasic and self-limiting. The deficit of(More)
INTRODUCTION The relation between cellulitis and Group B streptococcus infection in newborns and small infants was first reported during the early 1980s and named cellulitis-adenitis syndrome. We report a case of a neonate with cellulitis-adenitis syndrome in an unusual location (retroauricular). CASE PRESENTATION A 21-day-old Caucasian female infant was(More)
Polymicrogyria, a cortical abnormality usually classified among neuron migration disorders, is characterized by different etiologies and pathogeneses. Recently, it has been proposed that polymicrogyria could be acquired as a consequence of a lasting damage to the developing brain. In this study, we test the hypothesis that an infection in the fetal adnexa(More)
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