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Isquemic vascular disease

Fernando Llorca Castro, Vicente Ortún Rubio
BACKGROUNDS: With the intention of establishing economic inequities, the article analyzes the variations of the Unnecessarily Premature and Sanitarily Avoidable Mortality (MIPSE) of each of the 81 cantons of Costa Rica during 2000-2005. It is important to identify those inequities, to establish policies and strategies trying to mitigate them. METHOD: It applies the MIPSE classification proposed by members of the Information and Studies Service, of the Catalunya's Sanitary Resources Headquarter, Spain...
November 2010: Revista Española de Salud Pública
Víctor L Ruggieri, Claudia L Arberas
The presence of a neonatal neurological lesion associated or not with dysmorphism or with a particular phenotype can be caused by a) prenatal infections (Group TORCH) toxic or teratotoxic agents (alcohol, cocain, antiepileptics, inhalants such as toluene, etc.), vascular defects or genetic anomalies; b) perinatal isquemic hypoxic lesions, infectious or metabolic disorders, etc. In this paper we analyze all entities of genetic origin neonatally recognizable by their phenotype which must be included in the differential diagnosis of all children neurologically compromised...
2009: Medicina
Damaso de Araújo Chacon, Andréa Dore da Silva Magalhães Chaves, Raquel Amorim Duarte, Carlos Alexandre Amorim Garcia, Aldo da Cunha Medeiros
PURPOSE: To identify diabetic foot abnormal changes caused by microvascular events and fundoscopy eye lesions due to diabetic retinopathy. METHODS: A survey was performed with 76 diabetic patients from the Hospital Onofre Lopes out-patient department of ophtalmology and vascular surgery. To evaluate the diabetic foot the patients were submitted to an individual interview using Fontaine classification. The vascular test used was Semmes-Weinstein monofilament. Refraction and eye fundoscopy were acomplished in all patients to arrange the diabetic retinopathy...
2005: Acta Cirúrgica Brasileira
I Castaño González, I Moncada Iribarren, D Subirá Ríos, M Moralejo Gárate, J I Martínez Salamanca, R Cabello Benavente, C Hernández Fernández
Priapism is defined as persistent erection without sexual stimulus. The new classifications make a distinction between venooclusive low flow priapism, isquemic and arterial high flow priapism, non isquemic. The perineal or penis trauma are responsible the most of cases arterial priapism, formation of an arteriocavernous fistula. The diagnosis is clinical, blood gas analysis and colour Doppler ultrasonography of the corpora cavernosa confirmed the diagnosis. The arteriography with selective embolization constitutes a safe and effective therapeutic method...
November 2004: Actas Urologicas Españolas
L R Mello
Four cases of the occlusive arterial disease "moyamoya" type, are reported with comments on the clinical, roentgenological and embriological aspects. The clinical onset in all four cases was of isquemic type, in spite of different ages (2 adult male, one young adult female, 1 child female). Some particular symptoms are analysed, mainly the constant complaint of episodes in which the patient is, suddendly, extremely tired. The causes of this episodes are thought to be due to suddendly lowering of the cerebral perfusion in the disease...
September 1977: Arquivos de Neuro-psiquiatria
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