Manuela La Rosa

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Eighteen infants with infantile spasms were given sodium dipropylacetate at a dosage of 20mg/kg/day. They were clinically examined before treatment, and again after one to three years of therapy. The short-term clinical response was excellent in four patients, good in eight, poor in four and there was no change in two. At follow-up, two patients were(More)
The activities of Cu,Zn superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase, catalase and glutathione reductase in neuronal and glial cell-enriched fractions obtained from the cerebral cortex of rat brain during aging (15, 30, 90, 350, 750 days of age) were assayed. Our results showed that glutathione peroxidase, catalase and glutathione reductase activities(More)
BACKGROUND To identify the predictive factors for malignancies using basic clinical and laboratory information in children presenting with musculoskeletal pain and eventually diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) or malignancy. METHODS A retrospective case-control chart review research examining laboratory data from patients referred for(More)
Telangiectasia macularis eruptive perstans (TMEP) was first described by Parker in 1930. 1 It is a form of cutaneous mas-tocytosis, and is differentiated from other forms such as urticaria pigmentosa, solitary mastocytoma and diffuse or systemic mastocytosis by its refractory nature and/or lack of systemic associations. All forms have in common excessive(More)
Plasma lipid concentration and post-heparin lipolytic activity in twenty-two epileptic children treated either with phenobarbitone or sodium valproate were evaluated. An increase of phospholipid was observed in whole blood as well as in the low-density nd high-density lipoproteins in patients undergoing phenobarbitone treatment. No change was found in(More)
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