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  1. Clinical, biochemical, molecular, and histological features of 65 Portuguese patients with mitochondrial disorders.

    Cruz, S; Taipa, R; Nogueira, C; Pereira, C; Almeida, S; Neiva, R; Geraldes, T; Guimarães, A; Melo-Pires, M; Vilarinho, L
    INTRODUCTION: Mitochondrial disorders display remarkable genetic and phenotypic heterogeneity. METHODS: We performed a retrospective analysis of the clinical, histological, biochemical, and genetic features of 65 patients with molecular diagnoses of mitochondrial disorders. RESULTS: The most common genetic diagnosis was a single large-scale mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) deletion (41.5%), and the most frequent clinical phenotype was chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia (CPEO). It occurred in 41.5% of all patients, primarily in those with mtDNA deletions. Histological signs of mitochondrial dysfunction were found in 73.8% of patients, and respiratory chain enzyme assay (RCEA) abnormalities were detected in 51.9%. CONCLUSIONS: This study confirms the high relative frequency of single large-scale deletions among...

  2. Disección de la arteria vertebral asociada a síndrome MURCS

    Santos, M; Cruz, S; Casimiro, C; Biscoito, M; Costa, M
    La asociación MURCS (OMIM 60176), también conocida como síndrome de Mayer-RokitanskyKüster-Hauser de tipo II, constituye una rara malformación que afecta aproximadamente a una de cada 50.000 mujeres [1,2]. Consiste en la combinación de aplasia de los conductos de Müller, aplasia o ectopia renal unilateral y displasia de los somitas cervicodorsales, relacionado con deformidades vertebrales del espectro Klippel-Feil, y asociado o no a malformaciones occipitoatloideas [2]. La disección de la arteria vertebral es una causa poco frecuente de ictus, que puede asociarse a anomalías del desarrollo craneocervical [3]. Se describe un caso de ictus causado por disección de la arteria vertebral en...

  3. A Case Report of Nonvasculitic Autoimmune Inflammatory Meningoencephalitis with Sensory Ganglionopathy: A Rare Presentation of Sjögren Syndrome

    Peres, J; Cruz, S; Oliveira, R; Santos, L; Valverde, A
    A 68-year-old Caucasian female was admitted to the emergency department with a progressive history of behavioural symptoms and anxiety followed by visual and auditory hallucinations, forgetfulness, and impaired gait in the previous 3 months. On examination she was psychotic and had a postural and rest tremor of the upper limbs, cogwheel rigidity of the four limbs, retropulsion on standing position, and inability to walk. During the following 2 weeks she developed xerostomia and unilateral parotiditis that improved with steroids. A simultaneous improvement of the cognitive abilities allowed for the detection of sensory ataxia of the lower limbs. Sensory ganglionopathy was...

  4. Doença exantemática da infância: benigna?

    Martins, R; Casimiro, C
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  5. Doença exantemática da infância: benigna?

    Martins, R; Casimiro, C
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  6. Horizontal Gaze Palsy With Progressive Scoliosis and Severe Keratoconus With a Compound Heterozygous Mutation in ROBO3.

    Pina, S; Pedrosa, C; Feijóo, B; Machado, S; Prieto, I; Costa, C; Santos, MJ
    The authors report the case of a child with horizontal gaze palsy with progressive scoliosis and keratoconus. ROBO3 analysis identified compound heterozygous mutations. Keratoconus surgical approach resulted in visual acuity improvement in both eyes. The previously unreported occurrence of keratoconus with horizontal gaze palsy with progressive scoliosis suggests that ophthalmologic assessment should search for signs of this ectasia in these patients.

  7. Cerebral venous thrombosis causing posterior fossa lesions: description of a case series and assessment of safety of anticoagulation.

    Sousa, D; Ferro, J; Canhão, P; Barinagarrementeria, F; Bousser, MG; Stam, J; Pinto, A; Baptista, M; Béjot, Y; Dequatre-Poncelle, N
    BACKGROUND: Isolated posterior fossa parenchymal lesions associated with cerebral venous thrombosis (CVT) are rare. Posterior fossa lesions are an independent predictor of death in CVT. We aim to describe the characteristics and outcome of patients with CVT and isolated posterior fossa lesions and assess the safety of anticoagulation in patients with posterior fossa lesions associated with CVT. METHODS: We retrieved data from all patients with posterior fossa parenchymal lesions in the International Study on Cerebral Vein and Dural Sinus Thrombosis (ISCVT) cohort related to clinical features, therapy and outcome. Fisher's exact test was used to evaluate associations. To assess the safety of anticoagulation...

  8. Paralisia periódica hipocaliémica: uma causa rara de tetraparésia em europeus

    Ribeiro, R; Ferreira, M; Simões, H; Parreira, E
    A paralisia periódica hipocaliémica é uma complicação neurológica do hipertiroidismo, especialmente na doença de Graves, rara em não asiáticos. Caracteriza-se por episódios auto-limitados recorrentes de fraqueza muscular que afecta sobretudo os músculos proximais dos membros inferiores. Acompanha-se de hipocaliémia, potencialmente grave. Apresenta-se o caso de um doente de 39 anos, caucasiano, com doença de Graves, medicado com carbimazol. Durante 3 meses, teve episódios recorrentes de tetraparésia de predomínio proximal, de curta duração, que surgiam após períodos de repouso, motivo pelo qual foi internado. Por manter episódios de agravamento da tetraparésia, associados a hipocaliémia e hipomagnesiémia, e por, laboratorialmente, apresentar hipertiroidismo, admitiu-se...

  9. Multiple sclerosis patients treated with intramuscular IFN-β-1a autoinjector in a real-world setting: prospective evaluation of treatment persistence, adherence, quality of life and satisfaction.

    Hupperts, R; Becker, V; Friedrich, J; Gobbi, C; Salgado, AV; Sperling, B; You, X
    OBJECTIVES: The 12-month observational PERSIST study (NCT01405872) evaluated adherence associated with the intramuscular IFNβ-1a (i.m. IFN-β-1a) autoinjector pen in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. METHODS: MS patients initiating i.m. IFN-β-1a autoinjector treatment were prospectively assessed for physician-reported persistence (percentage of patients remaining on therapy) and patient-reported outcomes, including adherence (percentage of unmissed injections), compliance (percentage of patients missing no injections), tolerability (injection-site reactions [ISRs] and pain) and satisfaction. RESULTS: The intent-to-treat population included 232 patients; of the 188 physician-reported 12-month completers, 182 patients remained on treatment (96.8% persistence). Monthly compliance rates were 87.5 - 96.2%. Mean monthly pain scores were 1.5 - 1.8 (scale: 0 =...

  10. Crosstalk between genetics, gene expression and biochemical markers supports systemic iron homeostasis dysregulation in alzheimer disease

    Crespo, A; Silva, B; Ferreira, C; Marquesa, L; Marcelino, E; Maruta, C; Costa, S; Timóteo, A; Vilares, A; Couto, F; Faustino, P; Correia, AP; Verdelho, A; Porto, G; Guerreiro, M; Herrero, A; Costa, C; Mendonça, A; Costa, L; Martins, M

  11. Comparison of 2 diagnostic criteria for the behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia

    Costa, S; Suárez-Calvet, M; Antón, S; Dols-Icardo, O; Clarimón, J; Alcolea, D; Fortea, J; Carmona, M; Sala, I; Sánchez-Saudinós, MB; Blesa, R; Lleó, A
    OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to compare the applicability of the 1998 consensus diagnostic criteria for the behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD) with the recently proposed diagnostic criteria of the International bvFTD Criteria Consortium (FTDC). METHODS: We reviewed each individual item in the 1998 and FTDC criteria in 30 patients with bvFTD followed in a memory clinic (including 2 with the C9orf72 gene repeat expansion). RESULTS: All patients fulfilled the FTDC criteria (40% possible, 60% probable bvFTD) but only 66.7% fulfilled the 1998 criteria. One of the C9orf72 expansion carriers did not fulfill the 1998 criteria. This discordance was always due to...

  12. Multiple sclerosis and motherhood choice: an observational study in Portuguese women patients.

    Carvalho, A; Veiga, A; Morgado, J; Tojal, R; Rocha, S; Vale, J; Sa, MJ; Timoteo, A
    INTRODUCTION. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease occurring mainly in women of childbearing age. MS may interfere with family planning and motherhood decision. AIM. To study the influence of MS diagnosis and course of the disease on motherhood decision. PATIENTS AND METHODS. The cohort of 35 to 45-year-old female patients diagnosed with MS for at least ten years was selected from six Portuguese MS centers. A structured questionnaire was applied to all patients in consecutive consultation days. Clinical records were reviewed to characterize and collect information about the disease and pregnancies. RESULTS. One hundred women were included; mean age...

  13. Via Verde do AVC

    Pinto, AA; Santos, M

  14. Diagnóstico e evolução imagiológica das lesões cerebrais da encefalopatia hipoglicémica

    Jonet, M; Maia, R; Santos, M
    A hipoglicémia, situação clínica comum e muitas vezes auto-limitada, é a emergência metabólica e endócrina mais fre- quente na prática clínica. O caso apresentado reporta-se a um homem de 31 anos, com hábitos alcoólicos acentuados, trazido ao serviço de urgência por crise convulsiva tónico-clónico generalizada após três dias de jejum alimentar, mantendo ingestão alcoólica abundante. À admissão pontuava 6 na escala de Glasgow, apresentava-se em estado pós-crítico e a glicémia capilar era 21mg/dL. A tomografia computorizada crânio-encefálica mostrou edema cerebral difuso; iniciaram-se correcção da glicémia e medidas anti-edema. O estudo complementar (avaliação analítica completa, electro-encefalograma e ressonância magnética crânio-encefálica) confirmou o...

  15. Genetic and biochemical markers in patients with Alzheimer's disease support a concerted systemic iron homeostasis dysregulation

    Crespo, A; Silva, B; Marques, L; Marcelino, E; Maruta, C; Costa, S; Timóteo, A; Vilares, A; Couto, F; Faustino, P; Correia, AP; Verdelho, A; Porto, G; Guerreiro, M; Herrero, A; Costa, C; Mendonça, A; Costa, L; Martins, M
    Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia in the elderly individuals, resulting from a complex interaction between environmental and genetic factors. Impaired brain iron homeostasis has been recognized as an important mechanism underlying the pathogenesis of this disease. Nevertheless, the knowledge gathered so far at the systemic level is clearly insufficient. Herein, we used an integrative approach to study iron metabolism in the periphery, at both genotypic and phenotypic levels, in a sample of 116 patients with AD and 89 healthy control subjects. To assess the potential impact of iron metabolism on the risk of developing AD,...

  16. Incidence and outcomes of acute kidney injury following orthotopic lung transplantation: a population-based cohort study.

    Fidalgo, P; Ahmed, M; Meyer, S; Lien, D; Weinkauf, J; Cardoso, F; Jackson, K; Bagshaw, S
    BACKGROUND:Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a serious complication following lung transplantation (LTx). We aimed to describe the incidence and outcomes associated with AKI following LTx. METHODS: A retrospective population-based cohort study of all adult recipients of LTx at the University of Alberta between 1990 and 2011. The primary outcome was AKI, defined and classified according to the Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) criteria, in the first 7 post-operative days. Secondary outcomes included risk factors, utilization of renal replacement therapy (RRT), occurrence of post-operative complications, mortality and kidney recovery. RESULTS: Of 445 LTx recipients included, AKI occurred in 306 (68.8%), with severity classified as...

  17. Decrease in APP and CP mRNA expression supports impairment of iron export in Alzheimer's disease patients

    Guerreiro, C; Silva, B; Crespo, A; Marques, L; Costa, S; Timóteo, A; Marcelino, E; Maruta, C; Vilares, A; Matos, M; Couto, F; Faustino, P; Verdelho, A; Guerreiro, M; Herrero, A; Costa, C; Mendonça, A; Martins, M; Costa, L
    Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder of still unknown etiology and the leading cause of dementia worldwide. Besides its main neuropathological hallmarks, a dysfunctional homeostasis of transition metals has been reported to play a pivotal role in the pathogenesis of this disease. Dysregulation of iron (Fe) metabolism in AD has been suggested, particularly at the level of cellular iron efflux. Herein, we intended to further clarify the molecular mechanisms underlying Fe homeostasis in AD. In order to achieve this goal, the expression of specific Fe metabolism-related genes directly involved in Fe regulation and export was assessed in peripheral blood...

  18. key points in differential diagnosis in myasthenic syndromes

    Machado, S; Pires, C; Manji, H
    Neuromuscular junction disorders are a heterogeneous group most often caused by imune or genetic abnormalities. They comprise Myasthenia Gravis, Lambert-Eaton Syndrome and Congenital Myasthenic Syndromes. Despite affecting different parts of the synapse, they share clinical and neurophysiological features, posing a diagnostic challenge. These disorders can be divided in subgroups, according to the causing antibody or genetic defect. However, there are no established clinical criteria and the accurate diagnosis is highly dependent on the recognition of phenotypes. The identification of clues both in the history and examination may be precious to the correct diagnosis. Treatment depends on the underlying abnormality and the prognosis...

  19. Optic neuritis in an adult patient with chickenpox

    Azevedo, AR; Simões, R; Silva, F; Pina, S; Santos, C; Pêgo, P; Silva, F; Teixeira, S
    Central nervous system involvement in a patient with primary infection with Varicella zoster virus is rare, especially in the immunocompetent adult. In particular, isolated optic neuritis has been described in a small number of cases. The authors present a case of optic neuritis in an immunocompetent patient. A 28-year-old woman presented to the emergency room with a history of headaches during the previous week, without visual symptoms. The examination was unremarkable, except for a rash suggestive of chickenpox and hyperemic and edematous optic disc, bilaterally. Visual acuity and neurological examination were normal. Two days later, she complained of pain on...

  20. Estudo comparativo de dissecções arteriais extracranianas: série hospitalar de 61 doentes

    Simões, R; Biscoito, L; Parreira, E; Pinto, A
    Introdução: As dissecções arteriais extracranianas constituem uma causa importante de AVC no individuo jovem. A fisiopatologia e o tratamento adequado não estão estabelecidos assumindo-se semelhantes nas Dissecções da artéria Carótida Interna (DACI) e Dissecções da artéria Vertebral (DAV). Objectivos e Métodos: Estudo retrospectivo de casos consecutivos de DACI e DAV entre Janeiro de 1997 e Dezembro de 2005 no Serviço de Neurologia de um hospital distrital, caracterizando aspectos demográficos, desencadeantes, factores de risco vascular (FRV), apresentação clínica, terapêutica e evolução clínica e imagiológica. Resultados: Foram incluídos 61 doentes (41 DACI, 20 DAV) com 48 + 10 anos. 90% (n=57) apresentaram-se com sinais...

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