Samuel Diaz-Insa

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INTRODUCTION AND AIMS This study was aimed determining the effectiveness, tolerance and satisfaction of patients with migraine as regards different triptans, according to the characteristics of their attacks. At the same time it sought to establish a predictive model that can be used to recommend one or another, depending on those characteristics. (More)
Tension-type headache is an entity recognised by the International Headache Society in its International Headache Classification. The limits of this condition, however, are somewhat fuzzy and poorly defined, and its diagnostic criteria are a sort of negation of the symptoms of migraine. In this review we are especially interested in highlighting the(More)
UNLABELLED Introduction. Epileptic crises presenting exclusively during sleep are rare and pose more problems of diagnosis than do crises of diurnal presentation. PATIENTS We present the clinical and electroencephalographic data of 20 patients with exclusively sleep-induced epileptic crises, evaluating not only the type of crises and the diagnosis of the(More)
OBJECTIVES To analyze our experience with the new, 5 mg intranasal formulation of zolmitriptan in the symptomatic treatment of migraine attacks. PATIENTS AND METHODS This series includes 82 patients who had treated an average of 7 migraine attacks. Eighty patients had taken oral triptans and 20 subcutaneous sumatriptan. The main reasons for using nasal(More)
INTRODUCTION The pharyngeal-cervical-brachial variant of Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) is rare. This variant has its own specific clinical aspects but a heterogeneous immunological profile. CASE REPORT A 38-year-old male who presented progressive symptoms of dysphagia, dysphonia and weakness hindering movement of the upper limbs. Two weeks earlier, the(More)
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