Laura Redondo-Robles

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Papillary fibroelastomas (PFEs) are rare cardiac tumors. Despite their benign nature, they are associated with a high risk of embolic complications including stroke. Endovascular treatment has been reported as a safe procedure in patients with myxoma, the most common type of primary cardiac tumor. A case of ischemic stroke due to embolization of a PFE(More)
Multifocal motor neuropathy is an immune-mediated disorder characterized by motor-conduction block in nerve-conduction studies. It is recognized that anti-TNF-α therapies are associated with immune-mediated conditions as adverse events. We report a case of multifocal-motor-neuropathy-like disease associated with the use of Infliximab in a patient with(More)
INTRODUCTION Cardiac arrhythmias are frequent in acute stroke. Stroke units are widely equipped with cardiac monitoring systems. Pre-existing heart diseases and heart-brain interactions may be implicated in causing cardiac arrhythmias in acute stroke. This article analyses cardiac arrhythmias detected in patients hospitalised in a stroke unit. METHOD(More)
Isolated cranial nerve involvement in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients is not frequent. Deafness is considered to be uncommon in MS patients. We have reviewed the sensorineural hearing loss episodes that had been thoroughly investigated in our hospital in the last 5 years. We present three cases of sensorineural hearing loss in patients with MS and compare(More)
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