Mirel Perez Perez

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Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis is an uncommon chronic inflammatory renal disorder. Most cases have been described in middle aged women and it is extremely rare in children. We report a case of a 4 year old girl who suffered from recurrent urinary tract infection and antibiotic therapy resistance. She had low growth-rate and palpable left renal mass on(More)
Five cases of tuberculous abdominal abscesses in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) are reported. They were localized in pelvic retroperitoneum (2 cases), peripancreatic area, abdominal rectus anterior muscle, and were multiple in the remaining patient. All patients had presented with sustained fever and dull pain in the abscess area.(More)
BACKGROUND To know the clinical features of tuberculosis in our environment, to evaluate its diagnostic techniques and therapeutic options as well as the evolution of patients. PATIENTS AND METHODS Multicenter retrospective study of 1115 patients with tuberculosis, diagnosed between 1984 and 1988 in the population based areas of 7 Hospitals from Andalusia(More)
UNLABELLED Kidney hemangiomas are congenital vascular anomalies with an unknown ethiology. They are considered as benign tumours with a poor clinic expression (hematuria or ureteric colic, which is associated to the drop of clots in the urinary tract). OBJECTIVE To expound a case of unilateral severe hematuria in a young woman with a restless past medical(More)
BACKGROUND The epidemiological characteristics, clinical manifestations and survival were analyzed in 269 patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) diagnosed in the province of Cadiz up to June 1970. METHODS A multicenter protocol study including the 7 hospitals attending practically all of the population of the area of Cadiz was carried(More)
Seventy children in a situation of risk, evaluated and treated in the Social Work Unit of the Children's Hospital "Virgen del Rocío" over a period of 22 months, were analyzed. Of these children, 89% corresponded to low-middle, low or very low social classes. The most common problems included those of the family (77.1%) with history of maltreatment and(More)