Juan Sabaté

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OBJECTIVES Vascular calcifications are markers of cardiovascular risk in patients with chronic renal failure, and 50% of the deaths in chronic renal failure are due to cardiovascular disease. We analyzed vascular calcifications at mammography in women with chronic renal failure, comparing the vascular calcifications seen at mammography and in skeletal x-ray(More)
We report the first case in the literature of acute myocardial infarction due to blunt chest trauma in a patient with saphenous vein aortocoronary bypass to the anterior descending coronary artery. Angiograms demonstrated two stumps - aortic and coronary - suggesting that the primary obstruction was at the graft level with subsequent anterior descending(More)
The prognosis of patients with ischemic cardiopathy is mainly based upon the number of affected vesssels, the state of the distal coronary tree, and the left ventricular function. Coronary arteriographies and ventriculographies corresponding to 274 consecutive patients (January, 1975-October, 1978) with significant coronary lesions are reviewed. A singles(More)
INTRODUCTION The study objectives were to analyze the presence of reduced bone mass in a sample of patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) and amenorrhea, to assess Bone Mineral Density (BMD) recovery after having a normal weight is reached and regular menses are resumed, and to predict BMD after a treatment period considering different variables (baseline BMD,(More)
Mitral regurgitation in patients with chronic ischemic cardiopathy may occur following dysfunction of the papillary muscles and left ventricular impairment. A total of 291 patients with significant coronary lesions and absence of associated cardiopathies are reviewed. Patients were divided into three groups: Group A, formed by 241 cases without mitral(More)
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