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?El pie del taekwondista?:: exploración ecográfica a taekwondistas de la preselección nacional cubana
León Valladares,Dayneri; Villanueva Cagigas,Emilio; Anillo Badía,Ricardo; Roche Egües,Hilda Elena;
Revista Cubana de Ortopedia y Traumatolog?-a , 2009,
Abstract: introduction: the anamnesis, the physical examination and conventional radiographies provide limited information on acute, subacute and chronic injuries frequent in the tae knon do athletes. due to its harmlessness, relative low cost and high resolution, echography is a value method of complementary imaging exploration. the aim of present paper is to describe the injuries present in articular and periarticular structures of feet and ankles of tae know doe athletes. methods: a cross-sectional and descriptive study was conducted in 100 non-sportsman young peoples (control) and in the 20 members of tae knon do male cuban short list. they underwent diagnostic echographic exploration of feet and ankles according to methodology of imaging laboratory from sports medicine institute. data were processed by descriptive statistic. results: in the 95% of sportsmen evaluated there were distortions in ecostructure of this anatomic area, characterized by presence of heterotopic calcifications and osteoarthritis changes in foot dorsal area, findings suggesting the presence of early degenerative alterations called by authors as “tae know do athlete foot”. conclusions: the “tae know do athlete foot” may be a new clinical-imaging entity of sports “overuse”, related to direct and systemic traumata own of this sport. the degenerative changes of the intertarsal and tarsometatarsal joints of these sportsmen may to interfere with their future quality of life, thus it is recommended to deepen in this study to support better results.
Valor de la ecografía en la exploración de la rodilla de deportistas cubanos de alto rendimiento
Anillo Badía,Ricardo; Villanueva Cagigas,Emilio; Roche Egües,Hilda Elena; León Valladares,Dayneri;
Revista Cubana de Ortopedia y Traumatolog?-a , 2008,
Abstract: objectives: to show the possibilities of ultrasonography in the early diagnosis of alterations in asymptomatic athletes′knee structures, and the predisposing endogenous factors related to sport "overuse" lesions and to introduce it as a methodological procedure in the medical control of training of high-performance cuban athletes. methods: a descriptive cross-sectional study was performed on asymptomatic 300 non-athlete persons and 100 cuban olympic athletes. a novel methodology of sonographic scanning for the knee was used including static and dynamic studies, according to the sportive specialty, to determine the normal patterns, to detect alterations in joint structures as well as to estimate the sonographic rab (stands for ricardo anillo′s acronym, main author). an alternative to determine the misalignment of the extensor mechanism was created. the statistical processing used summary measures to compare sonographic alteration ratios observed in the knees and also chi square test. percentiles were calculated using data from 600 knees from non-athlete people and all this information was processed through the spss statistical program. results: fifty seven subclinical alterations were detected in the knees of 100 studied athletes, distributed as follows: 30 with synovitis; 26 malalignment of the extensor mechanism, 15 distorsions in hoffa′s fat, 14 changes in meniscus echostructure, 11 alterations in ligament echostructure and 7 in articular cartilage. conclusions: preventive sonographic diagnosis proved to be an effective imaging method for the biomedical control of athletes training. statistically significant differences were found in athletes and non-athletes in terms of frequency of sonographic alterations in the knees, being the athletes more prone to it.
Exploración ecográfica al pie de patinadores
Hernández Yanes,Yoany; Villanueva Cagigas,Emilio; Anillo Badía,Ricardo; Roché Egües,Hilda Elena; León Valladares,Dayneri;
Revista Cubana de Ortopedia y Traumatolog?-a , 2011,
Abstract: introduction: the convergence of factors leading to skate friction on some areas of skater's feet during trainings provoke nodular injuries. objectives: to explore and to describe the imaging features of these circumscribed excrecences present in the skater's feet as consequence of sports overuse. methods: a cross-sectional and descriptive study was conducted in 100 young no-sportsmen (controls) and in the 15 members of the cuban pre-selection of speed skating in april, 2009 (10 boys and 5 girls), all of them with more than 10 years of systematic sports practice. then underwent a diagnostic echographic examination in the institute of sports medicine to assess the condition of articular and periarticular structures of this area and data were processed by descriptive statistics. results: there were demonstrated echographic distortions in 100% of assessed sportsmen, mainly due to: circumscribed dermic thickening (100%), tendonitis (33,3%) and exostosis bursata (20%), manifestations included in an affection identified by authors as ?skater foot? whose external clinical expression is the presence of retrocalcaneal nodules, dorsal and/or foot medial region. conclusions: the skater's foot may be a disease entity with an imaging support and is related to direct and systematic friction of skate, characteristic of this sport and that not only involve the teeth's skin but it may to interfere with treatment or competence due to its association with other injuries.
Groddeck, el símbolo y la bisexualidad.
ángel Cagigas
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2001,
Abstract: Georg Groddeck fue un médico, psicoanalista, literato y filósofo nacido el 13 de octubre de 1866 en Bad Kaisen. En 1885 inició la carrera de medicina en la Kaiser Universiit de Berlín teniendo como profesor a Ernst Schweninger, famoso por ser el médico que había doblegado a Bismarck y que imponiéndole una higiene de vida muy estricta le salvó la vida. Rápidamente Groddeck pasó a formar parte de su peque o círculo de fieles destacando entre ellos y haciéndose eco de sus ideas. Schweninger no estaba de acuerdo con la medicina académica, no utilizaba medicamentos, sus armas eran la dieta, la hidroterapia, el masaje y su fuerte personalidad, esgrimía un poder absoluto sobre el enfermo y si éste no aceptaba ponerse completamente a sus órdenes y obedecerlo en todo, él no aceptaba cuidarlo. Entendía que el médico no es un científico sino un artista, un creador, y se enfrentaba a la tendencia de la medicina de la época a buscar el mal en los microbios, lo cual convierte al médico en un luchador contra agentes externos en vez de considerarlo un vigilante de la ósmosis sutil entre el ser humano y la naturaleza.
Una visión de la locura: el caso Breton.
ángel Cagigas
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2007,
Abstract: Sin resumen.
La fe que cura, Jean-Martin Charcot.
ángel Cagigas
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2001,
Abstract: Sin resumen.
Historical Note: Tribute to Pavlov.
Cagigas A.
Psicológica , 1999,
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Marker assisted selection with optimised contributions of the candidates to selection
Beatriz Villanueva, Ricardo Pong-Wong, John A Woolliams
Genetics Selection Evolution , 2002, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-34-6-679
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Cardiac tamponade as a rare complication after giant coronary fistula percutaneous closure  [PDF]
Pablo Díez Villanueva, Fernando Sarnago Cebada, Enrique Gutiérrez Iba?es, Ricardo Sanz-Ruíz, Jaime Elízaga-Corrales, Francisco Fernández-Avilés
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2013.32031
Abstract:

We present the case of an unusual complication after percutaneous closure of a giant coronary artery fis-tula. A 76-year-old man with previous admissions due to right heart failure and previous history of atrial fibrillation under acenocumarol, was admitted to our hospital for new onset of symptoms, characterized by progressive dyspnoea and peripheral edema. Physical examination revealed signs of congestive heart failure and a continuous murmur loudest along the lower sternal border. X-Ray showed cardiomegaly due to right chambers dilatation. Transthoracic echocardiography showed right chambers pressure and volume overload, with right ventricular enlargement and dysfunction, tricuspid annulus dilatation and severe tricuspid regurgitation. Cardiac catheterization showed significant elevation of right atrial pressure, as well as significant step-up of oxygen saturation in this chamber. Coronary angiography revealed the presence of a large fistula between the circumflex coronary artery (CCA) and coronary sinus (CS), with severe dilation of the CCA (maximum diameter20 mm). An Amplatzer? PDA was implanted in a distal elbow of the fistula with initailly good results. Anticoagulant therapy was then reinitiated, and a few days later, the patient developed clinical worsening of heart failure and dyspnoea. Echocardiogram showed significant pericardial effusion. Pleuropericardial window was then made draining a500 cm3 of bloody pericardial effusion. The postoperative outcome was excellent, with symptomatic relief and no signs of heart failure.

Urban Heat Island Mitigation and Urban Planning: The Case of the Mexicali, B. C. Mexico  [PDF]
Jorge Villanueva-Solis
American Journal of Climate Change (AJCC) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ajcc.2017.61002
Abstract: The derivations of climate change on cities and their activities depend on their capacity for adaptation and mitigation. In this sense, it has long recognized the influence of cities on their own climate, which is typically warmer than the surrounding. This phenomenon called urban heat island (UHI) has a number of impacts on air quality, water demand and energy. Since the fourth IPCC assessment report indicates the need for urban centers devoting efforts to adaptation to reduce the risks of direct and indirect impacts of climate change. The same organization recognizes the urban planning as a tool to seek such order. However, it also recognizes that the current scale of climate models cannot provide a representation of urban areas. This paper explores the intensification of the UHI, its relationship with urban expansion and its impact on housing in the city of Mexicali, B.C. Its aim is to determine its impact and mitigation potential through analysis and modeling of urban structure, expressed in use and land cover, as well as the implementation of mitigation strategies. The results show on the one hand, the convenience of using dynamic modeling as a tool applied to urban planning with a focus on mitigation and adaptation to climate change. Furthermore, regarding the implementation of strategies, the results show that most efficiency is obtained when applied generally, this is, considering green and cool roofs, cool pavements and afforestation as part of urbanization process, otherwise, only partial results are achieved. Overall, housing land use has significant potential to mitigate the UHI in the city.
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