Nerea Errazquin
Publications 6
#1Marc Clos-Garcia (UPV/EHU: University of the Basque Country)H-Index: 1
Last.Juan M. Falcon-Perez (Ikerbasque)H-Index: 26
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Abstract Background Fibromyalgia is a complex, relatively unknown disease characterised by chronic, widespread musculoskeletal pain. The gut-brain axis connects the gut microbiome with the brain through the enteric nervous system (ENS); its disruption has been associated with psychiatric and gastrointestinal disorders. To gain an insight into the pathogenesis of fibromyalgia and identify diagnostic biomarkers, we combined different omics techniques to analyse microbiome and serum composition. Me...
Abstract Objective Categorization of patients diagnosed with ocular sarcoidosis during the period 2009–2014. Methods The medical records of patients with ocular sarcoidosis were reviewed and variables were collected to categorize the patients according to the criteria of the FIWOS. Results We found 11 patients, 7 women and 4 men, with sarcoid uveitis; the median age was 58 years. Bilateral panuveitis was the most common pattern (54.5%), followed by chronic anterior uveitis (27.2%). The diagnosis...
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#2César A. EgüesH-Index: 2
Last.Ana BlancoH-Index: 4
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Resumen Objetivo Categorizar a los pacientes con diagnostico de sarcoidosis ocular en el periodo comprendido entre 2009 y 2014. Metodos Se revisaron las historias clinicas de los pacientes con sarcoidosis ocular y se recopilaron las variables para categorizar a los pacientes segun los criterios del FIWOS. Resultados Se encontro a un total de 11 pacientes con uveitis sarcoidea, 7 mujeres y 4 hombres, con una mediana de edad de 58 anos. El patron de panuveitis bilateral cronica fue el mas frecuent...
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Background According to prospectus, cautious evaluation concerning potential risk of developing demyelinating diseases in patients treated with anti-TNF drugs should be considered before initiating therapy. There are several case reports of neurological complications in patients treated with anti-TNF drugs. The annual rate of this complications according with the Spanish Registry BIOBADASER in 2011, was 0.65/1000 patient-years (IC95 0.36-1.1) [1]. Until now, there is no cause-effect relationship...
Background Biphosphonates are considered the first line treatment for osteoporosis. One of the side effects of the continuous treatment is the development of atypical fractures. These are generally subtrochanteric, although they can appear anywhere in the femoral diaphysis, with a low prevalence (1.1% of all the femur fractures). Their incidence grows with the time to exposure to bisphosphonates. Radiologically they show a traverse trace or slightly oblique, non comminuted with formation of a me...