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    • ENDOMETRIOSIS IN THE INGUINAL CHANNEL: A CASE REPORT 

      Quirós Alpízar, José Luis; Corrales González, Daniela (2013-05-30)
      Endometriosis is defined as the presence of functioning endometrial glands and stromal tissue outside of uterine cavity, which is estrogen depend ent. It’s usually seen in ovary, uterosacral ligament, uterus, fallopian ...
    • ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF A MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY BIFURCATION ANEURYSM 

      Rosales Bravo, Luis Manuel; Cabezas Campodónico, Carlos; Quiroga Galindo, Mónica; Hernández Gaitán, Manuel (2013-05-30)
      Cerebral aneurysms of the middle cerebral artery are a frequent cause of spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage. The surgical neck clipping-to prevent rebleeding-has traditionally been the treatment of choice. Currently ...
    • LEUKEMIA (PH +): DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT 

      García Fallas, Miriam (2013-05-30)
      Chronic myelogenous leukemia is considered as an exemplary for the development of molecular targeted therapies due to its pathogenesis. This disease is characterized by the presence of Philadelphia chromosome (PH+), a ...
    • MODIFICATION OF CALDWELLLUC’S APPROACH FOR THE ANATOMIC LEARNING OF THE ORBIT 

      Rodríguez Vargas, Gabriel; Guevara Arroyo, Victoria (2013-05-30)
      Classically, orbit dissection approach is done trans cranially, hindering mobilization and complete visualization of the total content of the orbit. By a transmaxillary approach with orbital floor removal and bilateral ...
    • NEUROBIOLOGY OF HUMAN MORAL BEHAVIOR 

      Blázquez Arroyo, Juan Luis; Peláez Pezzi, María Belén (2013-05-30)
      In recent years there have been numerous studies, with different approaches, whose goal is to understand the neural basis of our social and moral behavior. New findings show that morality has certain innate components, ...
    • RECTAL CANCER; SURGICAL MANAGEMENT 

      Brenes Coto, Leslyn Andrés (2013-05-30)
      Rectal cancer is defined as a tumor located between the anal verge and 15 cm within anal verge. In rectal cancer, a precise preoperative staging allows to categorize patients for different available treatments, as well as ...
    • TUMORS IN COSTA RICA; EMPHASIS ON COLORECTAL CANCER 

      Young Leitón, Jean Carlo (2013-05-30)
      Currently in Costa Rica colorectal cancer has an incidence of 9,49% in men for every 100000 inhabitants, making it the fourth most common cancer in the country, while women ranked sixth in incidence with a 9,22 %. Furthermore, ...