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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Moyamoya And Down Syndrome: Study Conducted By Meta-analysis [síndrome De Down E Moyamoya: Estudo Através De Metanálise]|
De Moura-Ribeiro M.V.L.
|Abstract:||We present a clinic-epidemiological study of two patients and meta-analysis (period 1977-2000) of the co-morbidity of the Down syndrome (DS) and moyamoya syndrome (MMS). Among the 42 patients listed in this survey, meta-analysis permitted to find the highest number of publications by researchers from Japan and United States, followed by Brazil and Italy; prevalence of cerebrovascular disease in suckling and pre school children; first symptomatology was hemiparesis (78.6%), speech disorders (26.2%); ischémic infarction (76.2%); recurring ischemic episodes (62%); bilateral impairment (83.3%). This analysis led to the conclusion that in the clinic-neurological investigation of DS patients with acute hemiparesis episodes, MMS should be included as the most probable diagnosis.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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