Pilar Pérez-García

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In last decades microvascular surgery has evolved considerably. Advances in suturing materials, surgical techniques, and optical augmentation have enabled the anastomosis of small vessels (below 0.5 mm in diameter). Clinically that means the possibility of replantation for fingertip amputations, flap harvest from a perforator vessel, and anastomosis to(More)
We report four new cases of exercise-induced atrio-ventricular block (appearing during treadmill exercise testing). The mechanism was ischemia in two patients and the conduction disturbance disappeared after coronary artery bypass grafting. The literature on this matter is reviewed. Also the etiology, the natural history and management are discussed in(More)
Ross syndrome is a rare partial dysautonomic syndrome defined by the classic triad of segmental anhidrosis, Adie's tonic pupil and arreflexia. In addition to a secretory and protective function, the sweating is responsible for thermoregulation, which is necessary for maintaining body homeostasis, therefore hypohidrosis may compromise the ability of the(More)
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