María Luisa Montes-Castillo

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BACKGROUND Glycine inhibits the formation of advanced glycation end products that may cause central and peripheral neuronal damage, affecting also the auditory nerve. AIM To evaluate the effect of glycine on auditory nerve conduction and hearing level among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and auditory neuropathy. MATERIAL AND METHODS Twenty grams(More)
5 Effects of glycine on auditory evoked potentials among diabetic patients with auditory pathway neuropathy Background: Glycine inhibits the formation of advanced glycation end products that may cause central and peripheral neuronal damage, affecting also the auditory nerve. Aim: To evaluate the effect of glycine on auditory nerve conduction and hearing(More)
Spastic diplegia is present in three-fourths of children with cerebral palsy, interfering with gait and frequently accompanied by severe pain. The authors report the case of a 28-year-old woman with history of perinatal hypoxia, who presented with cerebral palsy and severe spastic diplegia (Ashworth Scale Score 4, Tardieu Scale Score 5) and was confined to(More)
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