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This refers to a case of a malign melanoma in the nasal cavity. Melanomas of the mucosal origin differed from the melanomas cutaneous in that size of the primary lesion did not influence prognosis. Regional lymph node metastases are rare and did not influence prognosis. Local recurrence at the primary site is frequent. Surgical treatment offers long-term… (More)
Inverted papilloma is a papillar lesion of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses that arise from the Schneiderian membrane. This tumor has a high rate of local recurrence. We present a review of 10 cases of inverted papilloma of the nose and paranasal sinuses. A review of the literature is done.
We report the anatomical and functional results of 156 myringoplasty; 134 with onlay surgical technique and 22 with underlay technique. We comment the climatologic of our area and its relation with the surgical failures.
Burkitt' lymphoma is a malignant, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma of high grade that present two clinical from the african or endemic form affects near the middle of children of central africa and the american or sporadic form, that was first described in North American and the clinical setting was similar to endemic form. In our geographic area is an unusual… (More)
UNLABELLED Idiopathic hypercalciuria may be associated with urinary tract infection, hematuria, nephrolithiasis and osteopenia. In order to describe the occurrence of these concurrent conditions related to the variation in urinary calcium and hypercalciuria response to sequential therapy, with a normal protein and low sodium diet, potassium citrate and… (More)
UNLABELLED The proteinuria is frequently the initial insult to the kidney and it usually followed by a progressive decline in the glomerular filtration rate. The angiotensin II mediate by glomerular permeselective function via the opening of large pores after elevations in transmembrane pressure and by acting on the glomerular pressure, too. There is… (More)
We present a case of squamous cell carcinoma of the lip with metástasis to the mandible and meningeal involvement causing multiple cranial nerve palsies. Biopsy proven metástasis to the mandible was demonstrated. Studies of CT scan of the head were negative. Extension through perineural space have been speculated.