Mariano Marzo

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Neurological development over a period of 25 years and MRI findings are reported in two members of the same family affected by mannosidosis type II. Progressive axial and appendicular cerebellar syndrome, moderate hearing loss and deterioration of gait were present in both patients. Neuropsychological deficiency was severe, but progression over the years(More)
Adhesion molecules are important in the trafficking of peripheral leucocytes into the central nervous system, a major event in the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis, which is an inflammatory and demyelinating disease. The latest MRI evidence supports clinical divergence between forms of multiple sclerosis with relapses and the primary progressive form(More)
INTRODUCTION Arteriovascular malformations are anomalies of the embryonic development of cerebral vessels. They usually appear at between 10 and 30 years of age, being infrequent in infants. OBJECTIVE Describe our experience of angiomas in small children. MATERIAL AND METHOD The histories of all children under 10 years of age with the diagnosis of(More)
To determine whether low-dose prednisone reduces flu-like symptoms at the initiation of interferon beta 1-b (IFNbeta-1b), we studied 71 patients with clinically definite, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis who were started on IFNbeta-1b. Patients were randomized to receive prednisone plus paracetamol or only paracetamol and were monitored for side(More)
BACKGROUND Interferon beta 1b (IFN beta-1b) has showed a reduction of exacerbation rate and a decrease in multiple sclerosis activity as evidenced by MRI. After the approval of IFN beta-1b in our country more than 1,000 patients are under treatment, however the experience is limited. The purpose of this study is to describe the clinical results and the(More)
INTRODUCTION Adrenoleukodystrophy is a hereditary recessive sex-linked disorder with very variable phenotype expression, including classical infantil ALD, adrenomyeloneuropathy (AMN) in adults and sex-linked Addison's disease. Clinical observations. Three affected patients are presented. The first showed signs of myeloneuropathy from the age of 38 and(More)
*Correspondence: Martí Rosas-Casals, Sustainability Measurement and Modelling Lab, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Barcelona Tech, 1 Colom Street, Barcelona 08222, Spain e-mail: rosas@mmt.upc.edu Energy-related impacts and conflicts have been used to account for the emergence, maintenance, and collapse of complex societies. On the other hand in the(More)
INTRODUCTION Hypoglycemia can cause a diffuse brain malfunction and sometimes a focal neurological deficiency, that could lead to a mistaken diagnosis of cerebrovascular disease. CLINICAL CASE We describe the case of a 67 year old man, with diabetes mellitus type II treated with glibenclamide, that was referred to our hospital due to worsening of his(More)