Yolanda Herrero

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Accurate diagnosis and staging in oncology is essential in the evaluation of cancer for optimal patient outcome. Conventional imaging techniques, such as computed tomography (CT), rely basically on morphological changes for tumour detection. Clinical experience, however, shows that morphological criteria may be misleading and may not always allow(More)
The behavior of lead and cadmium in a protozoan community was studied in order to obtain new data regarding the toxicity and bioaccumulation of these heavy metals. For this purpose, microcosms with different concentrations of the pollutants (without metals, 500 microg Cd and Pb x L(-1) 1,000 microg Cd and Pb x L(-1)) were used. Protozoans bioaccumulated(More)
Myofibroblastic inflammatory tumor is a controversial entity that shows great variability in clinical presentation, histological findings, evolution, and prognosis. It is a rare cause of primary lung tumor in adults; however, it is the most common cause of lung tumors in children. The diagnosis is fundamentally histological, although histological diagnosis(More)
Cystic adenomatoid malformation is an uncommon embryonic developmental abnormality usually diagnosed in neonates and infants. Its presentation in adulthood is rare, with only 27 cases reported up to now. Due to its rarity, it is seldom suspected and adult physicians are not familiar with its clinical and radiologic features. We report two cases of cystic(More)
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