Rogelio Simón de las Heras

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In 1996, Hinchey and colleagues coined the term “Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome” (PRES) to describe a condition seen in patients with acute neurological symptoms and reversible subcortical vasogenic edema predominantly involving parieto-occipital areas demonstrated in brain MRI. The occurrence of this phenomenon after surgical resection of CNS(More)
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