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  • 03/02/2020. [Journal Article]
    Rev Esp Enferm Dig 2020; 112Chaparro Mirete M, López-López V, Robles Campos R
  • Lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma (LELC) is a type of tumor that is histologically characterized by wide lymphoplasmacytic infiltration in the stroma. This type of carcinoma is usually found in the airway and is extremely infrequent in the gastrointestinal tract. We present the case of a 77-year-old male, under follow-up for refractory anemia, who was diagnosed with a cavum type lymphoepithelioma-…
  • Magnetic resonance imaging in boxers with repeated traumatic brain injury. [Journal Article]
    Pol Merkur Lekarski 2019; 47(280):134-138Muravskiy A, Polischuk M, Udekwu D
  • CONCLUSIONS: In boxers who had a history of repeated TBI, there are changes according to MRI of the brain from both the cerebrospinal fluid pathways and the brain matter. Studying the features of MRI scans of the boxers will make it possible to predict their competitive activity, timely diagnose brain disorders, carry out the necessary treatment and take preventive measures in order to prevent possible long-term effects of trauma.
  • Recent neuro-imaging findings with respect to conduct disorder, callous-unemotional traits and psychopathy. [Journal Article]
    Curr Opin Psychiatry 2020; 33(1):45-50Blair RJR, Zhang R
  • CONCLUSIONS: The recent data are, for the most part, consistent with a view that callous-unemotional traits/psychopathy represents an early appearing neuro-developmental disorder particularly associated with compromised emotional (limbic) functioning. However, some patients presenting with severe antisocial behavior may also show hyper-threat sensitivity, perhaps reflecting trauma exposure, and require different clinical interventions.
  • Peter Plus Syndrome: A Neurosurgeon's Perspective. [Case Reports]
    J Pediatr Neurosci 2019 Jul-Sep; 14(3):148-153Khatri D, Gosal JS, … Bhaisora KS
  • Peter plus syndrome (PPS) is a rare, hereditary (autosomal recessive) disorder characterized by a mutation in the beta-1,3-galactosyltransferase-like gene (chromosome 13q12), which causes impaired glycosylation of several structural and functional proteins throughout the body. Clinical signs and symptoms of PPS are highly variable and include structural malformations affecting multiple organ syst…
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