Rolando Espinosa

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INTRODUCTION Presentation of adenocarcinoma of the prostate as an intracranial metastasis is uncommon. This metastasis tends to be seen in the sphenoid bone, and in this case it is difficult to differentiate radiologically from a meningioma. Because this cancer is treatable, the differential diagnosis must be resolved as soon as possible. CLINICAL CASE A(More)
Introduction. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can involve the incudomalleolar or incudostapedial articulations. Objective. To know the punctual prevalence of audiological alterations in patients with RA. Patients and Methods. RA patients and their controls (Cs), were evaluated by Tonal Audiometry (AU); if there were alterations in the air conduction (AC), bone(More)
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