P Ergueta Martín

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Pericarditis and cardiac tamponade are very rare complications of inflammatory disease of the bowel. A case of a patient with ulcerative colitis, who subsequently developed pericarditis, cardiac tamponade and pleural effusion during a latent phase of the baseline disease, is presented. At the same time, the papers published on this subject are reviewed. The(More)
The relevance of the diabetological education in the treatment of diabetis mellitus must be a prioritary goal in order to reach a proper metabolic control and to avoid as much as possible both acute metabolic complications and long-term vascular and neurological complications, achieving thus a total integration of the diabetic patient in the society. We(More)
A clinical case of a man with calcification of basal ganglions (CBG) is presented. The first manifestations of this syndrome were loss of consciousness and convulsions. The potential causes of his hypocalcemia, Fahr's syndrome, myocardiopathy of hypoparathyroidism and hypocalcemia are reviewed and a study oriented to autoimmune polyendocrinopathy is(More)
OBJECTIVE To determinate if fibronectin in CSF can be a useful parameter in the diagnosis of some neurologic illnesses. MATERIAL AND METHODS We have studied 30 patients, subdivided in four groups, depending on the type of neurologic illness. We have chosen as control a 10-patient group, which came to the Emergency Service and were diagnosed as a(More)
OBJECTIVE To determinate the influence of the acarbosa and microalbuminuria on metabolic parameters in patients diabetics type 2. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS We are studied 92 patients with diabetes type 2, treated with Acarbose alone or with insuline or oral anti-diabetics We are determined the values of HbA1c, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides(More)
We study 48 compensated diabetic patients, 41.6% of whom were male, 68.75% had diabetic neuropathy and/or vascular complications (macro-microangiopathy). In 60.4% of the patients the study began at ten years of disease evolution. We selected 14 healthy adults as a control group, 50% being male. Plasma levels of T3, T4 and TSH were measured by RIA and the(More)
OBJECTIVES Superior vena cava syndrome (SVCS) is an uncommon disease which receives usually bad prognostic. In order to study the prevalence of the different etiologies we have reviewed retrospectively 17 documented cases of SVCS in the last 5 years. METHODS The range of age was between 43 and 80 years Sex distribution was 16 males and 1 female. RESULTS(More)
OBJECTIVES To analyse the entered more frequent disease in an Internal Medicine Department, the reasons for hospital admission diagnosis at discharge (according to entrance symptom's guide), the group of affected population and its correlation among them. PATIENTS AND METHODS Over a total of 758 internal medicine admissions of the University Hospital of(More)