Vicente Pino Rivero

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Sinonasal undifferentiated carcinomas are rare neoplasms but highly malignant and aggressive. We are reporting the case of a 75 year-old female who had related recurrent epistaxis, facial pain and progressive nasal obstruction. The clinical data collected by the exploration joint to CT showed us the presence of a tumoral mass located in the right nasal(More)
We report our study of 32 patients diagnosed as hyperparathyroidism due to chronic renal failure (27 secondary forms and 5 tertiary ones), between June 1990 and 2003, that were sent from Nefrology Department for to surgical intervention. The following parameters have been analysed: Age, sex, clinical symptoms, kind of surgery performed, postoperative(More)
About 25%-30% of the primary malignant melanomas occur in the head and neck region and of these less than 10% arise on the external ear, mainly on helix and the lobule of the pinna. Melanoma thickness and nodal or distant metastases are advers factors for its prognosis. We report a case of a tumor that affected the right pinna and was removed by our ENT,(More)
Bilateral sudden deafness is uncommon and characterized by an acute sensorineural hearing loss in both ears of 30 dB or more in 3 consecutive frequencies. We report the case of a 57 yeras old female with this diagnosis who presented a right anacusia and a severe audiometric loss on left ear without vestibular pathology associated. She was admitted and(More)
Epignathus is an uncommon form of oropharyngeal teratoma that is associated with a high mortality during the neonatal period. We report the clinical case of a neonate born through cesarean in week 35, Apgar 2-4, neurologic breakdown and widespread hypotonia. The prenatal diagnosis was performed by ultrasonography; the diameter of the solid mass was 5 cm(More)
The larynx is a rare site of deposition for amyloidosis. We are reporting the clinical case of a 73 years female with hoarseness of 2 years evolution due to a laryngeal mass which was informed as located primary amyloidosis after anatomopathologic exam (AP) and its extension study. A laryngeal microsurgery was performed and then we proceeded to send the(More)
We report the clinical case of a 54 year old male who was diagnosed as left maxillary sinusitis with poor evolution in spite of several treatments. All the tests performed on this patient are shown and they allowed the final anatomopathologic diagnosis of infection by Fusarium sp., an opportunist fungal pathogen very rare as cause of an ENT infection. It(More)
INTRODUCTION To evaluate the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of the treatments used for controlling epistaxis, particularly compared with the surgical endoscopic ligation or cauterization of sphenopalatine (SP) and anterior ethmoid (AE) arteries, a intervention prospective-retrospective study is presented with the aim of assessing the feasibility of these(More)
We report the clinical case of a 39 years old female diagnosed as a chronic lymphocytic tiroiditis by F.N.A.B. with multinodular goiter of long evolution. The patient was operated by total thyroidectomy and her final anatomopathologic result was papillary carcinoma diffuse sclerosing variant. During the surgical act several cervical nodes were detected and(More)
We report a clinical case of a 26 years old female who had a 2 years evolution chin tumour with hypercalcemia (11.8 mg/dl) and PTH (paratohormone) of 761 pg/ml. She underwent a CT scan and MRI of the mandible, as well as a biopsy followed by excision of the tumour by the maxilofacial surgeons. Our ENT Department asked for a Scintigraphy (Tc99s-mibi) and(More)