Rocío González-Aguado

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Horner's syndrome (oculosympathetic paresis) is characterised by the classic triad of ipsilateral palpebral ptosis, pupillary miosis and facial anhidrosis. The syndrome arises from the interruption of sympathetic innervation to the eye and adnexa at varying levels. It is a rare complication of neck surgery.We describe 6 patients who presented with Horner's(More)
Meniere disease (MD) is a heterogeneous clinical condition characterized by sensorineural hearing loss, episodic vestibular symptoms, and tinnitus associated with several comorbidities, such as migraine or autoimmune disorders (AD). The frequency of bilateral involvement may range from 5 to 50%, and it depends on the duration of the disease. We have(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES Several studies have indicated the benefit of bilateral cochlear implants in the acquisition of binaural hearing and bilateralism. In children with cochlear implants, is it possible to achieve binaurality after a second implant? When is the ideal time to implant them? The objective of this study was to analyse the binaural effect(More)
INTRODUCTION The A1555G mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) mutation is responsible for maternally inherited non-syndromic hearing loss that is increased by aminoglycoside exposure. The objective of this study was to ascertain the frequency of the A1555G mutation among patients without family history of hearing loss or known exposition to aminoglycosides. METHODS(More)
Horner's syndrome (oculosympathetic paresis) is characterised by the classic triad of ipsilateral palpebral ptosis, pupillary miosis and facial anhidrosis. The syndrome arises from the interruption of sympathetic innervation to the eye and adnexa at varying levels. It is a rare complication of neck surgery.We describe 6 patients who presented with Horner's(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE Neck injuries are of great clinical interest because they can induce very significant consequences if not handled properly and can even lead to death. The aim of our study was to analyse external deep cervical trauma in our hospital. MATERIAL AND METHODS A retrospective study of all external deep neck injuries seen in a tertiary(More)
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most frequent type of vertigo. The treatment of canalithiasis of the posterior semicircular canal consists in performing a particle-repositioning maneuver, such as the Epley maneuver (EM). However, the EM is not effective in all cases. The objective of this study is to identify risk factors, which predict(More)
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