P Rodríguez Tato

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We report two cases of patients diagnosed of motoneuron disease. First patient had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis with bulbar involvement and developed prolonged apnea after general anesthesia for elective hemorrhoidectomy. Second patient had Kugelberg-Welander disease or type III hereditary mononeuron disease, underwent laparotomy and had no anesthetic(More)
The complications derived from the puncture and catheterization of the veins of the neck, cause symptoms and signs on physical examination which facilitate their diagnosis. The phrenic paralysis which we present, is characterized by few accompanying symptoms, with the elevation of the hemidiaphragm being a radiological finding. The suspicion is confirmed by(More)
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