Roberto Martín Reyes

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Pulmonary artery dissection is a rare clinical entity, which has been related to pulmonary arterial hypertension. It is frequently presented as cardiogenic shock or sudden death, so diagnosis is often made at autopsy. The management with best results is surgery. We report a case of pulmonary artery dissection associated with previous aortic valve(More)
Very late thrombosis in an implanted bare-metal stent is a very uncommon event outside the context of brachytherapy and few data about its pathophysiology are available. We performed an intravascular ultrasound study during primary angioplasty in five patients with very late bare-metal stent thrombosis and carried out a histological analysis of the material(More)
Recent-onset noncompaction of the myocardium is a rare but serious entity with uncertain prognosis. Cerebral infarction is among the forms of presentation, and pregnancy and hypercoagulability increase risk. We report the case of a pregnant woman brought to the emergency department with ischemic cerebral infarction. Investigation demonstrated the cause to(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES The proportion of elderly patients undergoing primary angioplasty is growing. The present study describes the clinical profile, procedural characteristics, outcomes, and predictors of outcome. METHODS A 31-center registry of consecutive patients older than 75 years treated with primary angioplasty. Clinical and procedural data(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE It has been estimated that up to 12% of patients with acute myocardial infarction do not present coronary atherosclerotic disease demonstrable with angiographic studies. We assessed the clinical characteristics and prognosis of acute coronary syndrome without ST-segment elevation with angiographically normal coronary arteries. (More)