Rodolfo Ferrando

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In refractory epilepsy, the goal of neuroimaging is to localize the region of seizure onset. Tracers that accumulate and remain fixed proportional to regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) at the time of injection are used to obtain SPECT images of the brain activity during and between seizures. The most used technique for detecting the epileptogenic zone (EZ)(More)
Pulmonary hypertension significantly changes biventricular anatomy and physiology, frequently evolving to clinical deterioration and right ventricular failure. The case of a woman developing atrial arrhythmias complicating dipyridamole stress in concomitance with scintigraphic "D-shaped" left ventricle is briefly reported. Although rare, our finding may(More)
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