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Santos, M; Cruz, S; Casimiro, C; Biscoito, M; Costa, M (2017)
Publisher: Viguera Editores
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Síndrome de Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser, Malformações congénitas
La asociación MURCS (OMIM 60176), también conocida como síndrome de Mayer-RokitanskyKüster-Hauser de tipo II, constituye una rara malformación que afecta aproximadamente a una de cada 50.000 mujeres [1,2]. Consiste en la combinación de aplasia de los conductos de Müller, aplasia o ectopia renal unilateral y displasia de los somitas cervicodorsales, relacionado con deformidades vertebrales del espectro Klippel-Feil, y asociado o no a malformaciones occipitoatloideas [2]. La disección de la arteria vertebral es una causa poco frecuente de ictus, que puede asociarse a anomalías del desarrollo craneocervical [3]. Se describe un caso de ictus causado por disección de la arteria vertebral en una paciente con asociación MURCS. info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
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