Massimiliano Sorbello

Pierfrancesco Veroux4
Daniela Corona4
Massimiliano Veroux4
Tiziano Tallarita3
Domenico Zerbo3
4Pierfrancesco Veroux
4Daniela Corona
4Massimiliano Veroux
3Tiziano Tallarita
3Domenico Zerbo
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  • Massimiliano Gagliano, Daniela Corona, Giuseppe Giuffrida, Alessia Giaquinta, Tiziano Tallarita, Domenico Zerbo +6 others
  • 2009
INTRODUCTION Rhabdomyolysis is a severe and debilitating condition that promotes muscle breakdown and is a relatively rare, not always diagnosed cause of acute renal failure (ARF) with an 8-20% reported incidence. Exertional rhabdomyolysis only appears in adult patients 24-48 h after strenuous activities as military basic training, weight lifting, and(More)
INTRODUCTION Kimura's disease is a chronic inflammatory condition belonging to the angio-lymphatic proliferative group of disorders, usually affecting young men of Asian race, but is rare in Western countries. It is a benign but locally injurious disease, of unknown aetiology, whose classical clinical features are a tumour-like swelling, usually in the head(More)
  • Tiziano Tallarita, Massimiliano Gagliano, Daniela Corona, Giuseppe Giuffrida, Alessia Giaquinta, Domenico Zerbo +3 others
  • 2009
INTRODUCTION Type II mixed cryoglobulin syndrome is a systematic vasculitis mainly linked to immune complex deposition in several organs and to hepatitis C virus infection. Therapeutic strategies can target either the viral trigger hepatitis C virus if present, or pathogenic events downstream the triggering infection, e.g, the proliferation B-cells(More)
Fabry's Disease is a rare genetic syndrome, with a classic X-linked alpha -galactosidase A deficiency phenotype, responsible for glico-sphyngolypids metabolism impairment with clinical effects in several organs and functions. We describe the anaesthesiologic implications of two patients with Fabry disease who underwent a kidney transplantation from a(More)
Nonlinear spatio-temporal analysis was performed on neural activity recorded with 148-channel whole-head Magnetoencephalography (MEG). The analysis consists of two phases: artifact removal and nonlinear feature evaluation. Known artifacts, produced by cardiac and eye movement, and unknown artifacts have been isolated from neural activity by using two(More)
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