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[Neuroscience in Al Andalus and its influence on medieval scholastic medicine].
TLDR
Aside from the political, religious and cultural differences between Al Andalus and the Christian kingdoms of the Iberian peninsula, the historical Andalusian period forms one of the most brilliant periods of Spanish neuroscience.
[Antoniana Margarita: Gómez Pereira, Francisco Lobato and the antecedents of cerebral mechanicism during the Spanish renaissance].
TLDR
A historiographic study of Gomez Perea and his works, with particular emphasis on the ideological basis and its relationship with Renaissance hydraulic engineering, collaborating with his colleague Francisco Lobato, author of one of the only two pretechnological codices of sixteenth century Spain.
[Cerebral ischemia in Rendu-Osler-Weber disease].
TLDR
A case of a patient diagnosed as having HHT with transient ischemic attacks and a PAVM, which was occluded by the use of embolotherapy.
[Pareidolia in Beato de Liébana's illuminated Visigothic codes].
TLDR
It is demonstrated that the first History's graphic representation of a pareidolia phenomenon is found in the miniature Visigoth Hispanic manuscripts known as Beatos, and it is concluded that Baltasar suffered from the pareilolia phenomenon, graphically represented by the first time in History in the Beatos.
[Syndromes involving rostral occlusion of the basilar artery: a preliminary study and proposal for a new clinical and neuro- radiological classification].
TLDR
The proposed classification is an attempt to facilitate diagnosis by neuro-imaging and to group patients according to prognosis with characteristic clinical and radiological manifestations of basilar artery syndrome.