Cano-Lopez H.,Centro Medico Nacional IMSS |
Cano-Aguilar H.E.,Hospital de Ginecoobstetricia Dr. Ramon Gonzalez Coro |
Cano-Aguilar F.D.,University of Chile
Ginecologia y Obstetricia de Mexico | Year: 2014
Background: Treatments for cervical lesions through the years have been varied, from cauterization with chemicals, to the use of electro surgery with diathermic loop, however the method to be chosen should be one that offers greater benefits and lower risks. Objective: Present a well structured study protocol in patients presenting with cervical disease and offer treatment cryotherapy as ablative method of choice in this group of patients and returning this widely known process, but nevertheless had been relegated. Material and method: By an analytical and descriptive retrospective study and treatment of one thousand patients with cervical pathology in the course of 20 years, in which in addition to the drug treatment of individual patients, treatment was performed as ablative cryosurgery cervical is reported, having obtained very good results. Results: With ablative treatment indicated the problem of all' patients resolved, having had a very satisfactory in the short, medium and long term, have had no significant morbidity, thus fulfilling the stated objective. Conclusion: Research carried out shows that the surgical procedure performed in carefully selected patients with cervical pathology coursing was appropriate because the results thus demonstrated.
Mendoza-Pinto C.,systemIC |
Garcia-Carrasco M.,systemIC |
Garcia-Carrasco M.,Autonomous University of Puebla |
Jimenez-Hernandez M.,systemIC |
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Autoimmunity Reviews | Year: 2010
Bechet's disease (BD) is an inflammatory, multi systemic disease with spontaneous remissions and relapses similar to various autoimmune diseases. BD leads to organ damage, including the eyes, skin, joints, etc., which produces various clinical manifestations. The central histopathologic characteristic is systemic vasculitis with perivascular inflammatory infiltrates. The etiopathogenesis is unknown, although immunological abnormalities, possibly induced by susceptible microbiological pathogens, have been postulated. © 2009.
Decreased insulin resistance with amino acids, extracts and antioxidants in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome [Disminución de la resistencia a la insulina con aminoácidos, extractos y antioxidantes en pacientes con síndrome de ovarios poliquísticos]
Hernandez-Valencia M.,Centro Medico Nacional IMSS |
Hernandez-Quijano T.,Centro Medico Nacional IMSS |
Vargas-Giron A.,Centro Medico Nacional IMSS |
Vargas-Lopez C.,Centro Medico Nacional IMSS |
Arturo-Zarate,Centro Medico Nacional IMSS
Ginecologia y Obstetricia de Mexico | Year: 2013
Background: The polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) it is a metabolic disorder with insulin resistance associated. Have been recently described contributor factors in the presence of insulin resistance that need to be studied. These factors can be the nutrients in the daily diet, final products of the advanced glycated end-products (AGEs), reactive derivatives of non enzymatic glucose-protein reactions either produced endogenously or ingested from dietary sources. The aim was to modifies the food intake to know the contribution on improve insulin resistance. Objective: Compare different diets and changes in insulin resistance in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. Material and methods: As longitudinal, prospective and descriptive study, were included women with age among 18 to 40 years who received a compound with amino acids, extracts and anti-oxidants to dose of 660mg every 8 hours for 6 months. The inclusion approaches included the insulin resistance presence HOMA-IR > 2.6, elevated LH, and presence of ovaries with cysts by ultrasound. Statistical analysis with ANOVA one way to p <0.05. Results: Were included a total of 30 patients, of which 28 patients had improvement in the insulin resistance from the 3 months, but until the 6 months they had significant difference (p <0.05), compared with 24 women from control group. Conclusion: With this result is demonstrated that it is necessary to modify the diet and to offer alimentary support to avoid the oxidative stress that takes impairment the insulin signaling with the subsequent insulin resistance.