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Ruiz-Ortiz , F. Torres-Calcines , P. Tabla I. Tumores de nasofaringe Cilindroma Adamantinoma Carcinoma escamoso. Tabla II. Kalina et al [ 20 ]. Dufour et al [ 21 ]. Buena respuesta a la quimioterapia. Ghosn et al [ 23 ]. Huisman et al [ 16 ].

Vaphiades y Lee [ 24 ]. Respuesta inicial a la quimioterapia. Seixas et al [ 25 ]. En uno de ellos se identifica un linfoma de Burkitt. No se especifican otros datos. Rasper y Kesari [ 13 ]. Chen et al [ 26 ]. Fallecimiento a los siete meses del inicio de la enfermedad. Reyneke et al [ 27 ]. Sin datos a medio-largo plazo. Kalantri et al [ 28 ]. Moghaddasi et al [ 29 ]. The cavernous sinus is a structure in the base of the skull that houses several nerve and vascular structures.

Its compromise leads to cavernous sinus syndrome, which is a combination of oculomotor disorders and others affecting the first two trigeminal branches, often accompanied by pain or proptosis. Case report.

A year-old male, carrier of human immunodeficiency virus, with good control of the disease, who developed a clinical picture consisting of progressive painful ophthalmoplegia in the presence of a laterocervical adenopathy. A review of the cases published in Medline was also carried out: a total of 15 cases were detected and their epidemiological characteristics, form of presentation, extracranial involvement at the time of diagnosis and clinical progression were described.

Its form associated with immunodeficiency is an important cause of morbidity and mortality in this subgroup of patients. In the cases analysed in the literature, the age of presentation varied and the form of onset was a progressive painful ophthalmoplegia or numb chin syndrome.

Exclusive involvement of the cavernous sinus was infrequent, but in that case it entailed a poor prognosis. It is important to rule out a primary extracranial origin and not to confuse it with an idiopathic Tolosa-Hunt syndrome that would delay the beginning of antitumour treatment.

Key words. Cavernous sinus. Human immunodeficiency virus. Lymphoproliferative syndrome. Tolosa-Hunt syndrome.


"trombosis del seno cavernoso" in English

Hay varias formas de neuroescaneo que pueden determinar la presencia de la trombosis del seno venoso cerebral. Ambas usan varios medios de radiocontraste para elaborar un venograma y visualizar las venas en torno al cerebro. La mayor parte de los casos de trombosis cerebrales del seno venoso se produce por hipercoagubilidad. Si hay un desorden severo de trombosis, el tratamiento de trombosis puede ser indefinido.


Trombosis del seno venoso cerebral

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