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LESIONES DEPORTIVAS OSTEOCARTILAGINOSAS EN EL NI?O Y ADOLESCENTE
Pose L,Georgette;
Revista chilena de radiología , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-93082005000200008
Abstract: lesions affecting bone and cartilage are common clinical conditions in children and teenagers during sport related activities. this article reviews the x-ray, ultrasound, ct and mri findings in these pathologic conditions
Estudio de las imágenes en el diagnóstico del cáncer infantil
Georgette Pose L.
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2001,
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LESIONES DEPORTIVAS OSTEOCARTILAGINOSAS EN EL NI O Y ADOLESCENTE
Georgette Pose L
Revista Chilena de Radiología , 2005,
Abstract: Las lesiones provocadas por la práctica deportiva han aumentado significativamente. Esta revisión enfatiza las lesiones osteocartilaginosas que se producen especial o exclusivamente en ni os y adolescentes, cuyo diagnóstico hasta hace algunos a os era clínico y la contribución de las imágenes se limitaba a estudios radiológicos simples. Los avances de otras técnicas, especialmente el ultrasonido y la resonancia magnética, han llegado a ser actualmente el método primario de elección ante la sospecha o evidencia clínica de una lesión de partes blandas u osteocartilaginosas Lesions affecting bone and cartilage are common clinical conditions in children and teenagers during sport related activities. This article reviews the X-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI findings in these pathologic conditions
Maltrato infantil, TEC y diagnóstico por imágenes
EBERHARD F,Ma ELIANA; POSE L,GEORGETTE; MORA D,XIMENA; VERGARA A,Ma FRANCISCA;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41062011000300009
Abstract: non-accidental traumatic brain injury (tbi) in children is a significant social problem, which can leave significant permanent neurological sequelae, especially in children under 2 yo. this review shows the clinical symptomatological spectrum, which is sometimes quite subtle. it also provides the basis for use of images modalities for its study, to confirm a precise diagnosis.
NEUMATOSIS INTESTINAL Y ALERGIA A LA PROTEINA DE LA LECHE DE VACA PNEUMATOSIS INTESTINALIS AND COW’SMILK PROTEINE ALLERGY
Georgette Pose L,María Eugenia Arancibia S,Gloria Soto G,Aníbal Espinoza G
Revista Chilena de Radiología , 2008,
Abstract: La neumatosis intestinal en el recién nacido es un signo que se asocia mayoritariamente a la presencia de enterocolitis necrotizante, una condición grave. Se presenta una serie de casos clínicos que debutaron con sangre en la deposición y neumatosis intestinal de curso benigno, diagnosticándose una colitis alérgica, que fue demostrada en el 87,5% (7/8) de los casos mediante colonoscopía corta y biopsias que demostraron un número de eosinófilos mayor que lo normal; en el 12,5% (1/8) el diagnóstico se basó en clínica, laboratorio, imágenes y respuesta a tratamiento. La supresión de la proteína de la leche de vaca en la dieta de lamadre o el reemplazo de la leche materna por un sustituto libre de esta proteína, llevó a una rápida regresión de la sintomatología. Pneumatosis intestinalis in newly born infants constitutes a clinical manifestation greatly associated with the presence of necrotizing enterocolitis, a highly severe medical condition. This study provides a clinical case series presenting with bloody stools and benign pneumatosis intestinalis. A short colonoscopy proven diagnosis of allergic colitis was made, which was confirmed in the 87,5% (7/8) of the cases, while a number of biopsies showed eosinophiles exceeding the normal ranges. Diagnosis in 12,5% of patients (1/8) was based on clinical records, lab-tests, imaging and treatment responses. The suppression of cow's milk protein in the maternal diet or the replacement of human milk by a substitute free from that protein led to a rapid regression of symptomatology.
Maltrato infantil, TEC y diagnóstico por imágenes Child abuse, traumatic brain injury and image diagnosis
Ma ELIANA EBERHARD F,GEORGETTE POSE L,XIMENA MORA D,Ma FRANCISCA VERGARA A
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2011,
Abstract: El traumatismo encéfalo craneano de origen no accidental en ni os, constituye un problema grave que afecta a nuestra sociedad y que puede dejar secuelas neurológicas permanentes especialmente en menores de dos a os. Como una manera de situar el problema, hemos realizado una revisión con el objetivo de conocer el espectro de la sintomatología clínica del traumatismo encéfalo craneano, a veces muy sutil y fundamentar el rol de las distintas modalidades neuroradiológicas para precisar y confirmar su diagnóstico. Non-accidental Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in children is a significant social problem, which can leave significant permanent neurological sequelae, especially in children under 2 yo. This review shows the clinical symptomatological spectrum, which is sometimes quite subtle. It also provides the basis for use of images modalities for its study, to confirm a precise diagnosis.
NEUMATOSIS INTESTINAL Y ALERGIA A LA PROTEINA DE LA LECHE DE VACA
Pose L,Georgette; Arancibia S,María Eugenia; Soto G,Gloria; Espinoza G,Aníbal; Fuentealba T,Isabel; Reginensi R,Carmen G;
Revista chilena de radiología , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-93082008000200005
Abstract: pneumatosis intestinalis in newly born infants constitutes a clinical manifestation greatly associated with the presence of necrotizing enterocolitis, a highly severe medical condition. this study provides a clinical case series presenting with bloody stools and benign pneumatosis intestinalis. a short colonoscopy proven diagnosis of allergic colitis was made, which was confirmed in the 87,5% (7/8) of the cases, while a number of biopsies showed eosinophiles exceeding the normal ranges. diagnosis in 12,5% of patients (1/8) was based on clinical records, lab-tests, imaging and treatment responses. the suppression of cow's milk protein in the maternal diet or the replacement of human milk by a substitute free from that protein led to a rapid regression of symptomatology.
Caso Clínico Radiológico
MARIO CERDA S,GOERGETTE POSE L,RAFAEL TORRES N
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2007,
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Acute hemorrhagic demyelination in a murine model of multiple sclerosis
Istvan Pirko, Georgette L Suidan, Moses Rodriguez, Aaron J Johnson
Journal of Neuroinflammation , 2008, DOI: 10.1186/1742-2094-5-31
Abstract: The acute monophasic demyelinating disorders, including acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) and acute hemorrhagic leukoencephalitis (AHLE) usually present 1–3 weeks after infections or vaccination, but have also been observed without preceding illness [1,2]. In cases of ADEM, the prognosis is favorable, with 60–80% of cases experiencing complete recovery [3,4]. However, AHLE is associated with rapidly deteriorating focal and diffuse neurological symptoms leading to death within 2–14 days [5-8]. The few patients that survive AHLE usually have significant residual neurological symptoms [9]. Its high mortality and poor response to therapy necessitate the development of animal models of AHLE to understand the mechanism of its pathology.During acute TMEV infection of the H-2b haplotype, 50–70% of central nervous system (CNS) infiltrating CD8+ T cells have T cell receptor specificity towards an immunodominant viral peptide VP2121–130 presented in the context of the Db class I molecule [10]. We have previously reported that a rapidly fatal hemorrhagic CNS disease develops in the C57BL/6 strain when the immunodominant VP2121–130 peptide is intravenously administered 7 days post TMEV infection [11]. In these studies, we confirmed by northern blot analysis that TMEV RNA in the CNS was not increased in animals administered VP2121–130 peptide, demonstrating that this fatal condition was not due to increased viral load [11]. The C57BL/6 strain is considered non-demyelinating, as these mice do not develop chronic viral persistence and demyelination [12]. We now report that the fatal hemorrhagic CNS disease in these mice is associated with demyelination. Our findings highlight two very important concepts: 1) a classically non-demyelinating strain can develop fulminant hemorrhagic demyelination by intravenous administration of an immunodominant peptide recognized by CD8 T cells; and 2) this hyperacute model of hemorrhagic demyelination is the first TMEV-induced murine model
Materials in Eighteenth-Century Science: A Historical Ontology by Ursula Klein and Wolfgang Lefèvre
Georgette Taylor
Aestimatio : Critical Reviews in the History of Science , 2007,
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