Nicolás Useche

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DESCRIPTION A 54-year-old man presented with a 4-month history of gait difficulty and progressive leg weakness , predominantly on the left side. A neuro-logical examination revealed slurred speech, tongue fasciculations, spastic weakness and hyper-reflexia of both lower extremities. A left Babinski sign and ipsilateral foot drop were also noted. Positive(More)
BACKGROUND Isolated giant cerebral varix (IGV) is an uncommon vascular lesion that represents a diagnostic challenge and requires dynamic vascular studies for its characterization. The IGV is considered a benign, low-flow venous lesion with very low risk of bleeding that might cause secondary symptoms mainly due to compression of the adjacent parenchyma. (More)
de la marcha en un paciente post-trasplante hepático. SUMMARY Posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorder (PTLD) represents a relatively frequent complication in solid organ or stem cell transplantation recipients. This entity encompasses a wide spectrum of lesions, those that exhibit early benign histological changes and those characterized by malignant(More)
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