CONCLUSIONES: El caso mostró el uso del bloqueo bilateral de los nervios pudendos, con el auxilio del neuroestimulador como técnica anestésica aislada . Antecedentes: La neuralgia del nervio pudendo pocas veces es sospechada y Concluimos que el bloqueo de estos nervios es una técnica analgésica. Introducción: Los bloqueos del nervio pudendo poseen un amplio rango de Objetivo: Realizar una descripción detallada de las técnicas más.
|Published (Last):||12 September 2007|
|PDF File Size:||8.25 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||3.35 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Lipofibromatous hamartoma of the median nerve: Lipofibromatous hamartoma is a rare benign lesion that affects peripheral nerves.
The predominant site is median nerve, although it has been reported in other locations. It usually presents prior to the third decade of life, and is associated with motor cycled in up to one third of cases. We describe a case involving median nerve in a year-old man who underwent ultrasound and magnetic resonance, followed by surgical confirmation of the diagnosis. A brief review of the literature is also provided.
The magnetic resonance findings are virtually pathognomonic of this disease and, thus, the diagnosis can be reached without the need to perform biopsy.
Anastomosis between the deep branch of the ulnar nerve and the median nerve in the hand.
Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. The Riche-Cannieu anastomosis RCA is an anatomic variation formed between the thenar branch of the median nerve and tscnica deep branch of the ulnar nerve. Its anatomical description is of great interest because of its clinical and electromyographic relevance. Due to the RCA, there are various types of hand motor innervation. Conventional instruments and techn-iques were used.
The pathway of the deep branch of the ulnar nerve did not show variations and ended at the adductor pollicis muscle. The Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome, tecniica called Syndrome Compression of the results from of Celiac Trunk compression by the ligament Arched Median, compromising blood flow and causing symptoms.
The degree of compression varies with the phases of the respiratory cycle, because of the mobility of the structures. Ataque de nervios and panic disorder. Ataque de nervios “attack of nerves” is an illness category used frequently by Hispanic individuals to describe one or more particular symptom complexes.
A review of the literature on ataque suggested some overlap with panic tecnicaa. Ataque was frequently associated with one or more anxiety and affective disorders, including panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, recurrent major depression, and anxiety not otherwise specified. Ataque de nervios was associated with panic symptoms even in subjects without panic disorder, but the self- reporting of ataque conveyed additional clinical information about the subjects with panic disorder.
Ataque de nervios was similar in frequency and symptoms among subjects of Dominican and Puerto Rican origin. Ataque de nervios overlaps with panic disorder but is a more inclusive construct.
Nervo pudendo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre
Further study of its interrelation with axis I disorders is needed. Further Examination of a Cultural Syndrome. Febo San Miguel, Vivian E. The authors present a quantitative analysis and assessment of the symptoms of “ataque de nervios.
A total of 77 participants reported having an “ataque de nervios ” during…. Folk illnesses that are cultural constructions of psychological distress offer a vehicle for the cross-cultural study of stress and stress-related morbidity. This study explores the relationship between the Latin American folk illnesses susto and nervios and mental health. We hypothesize that these folk illnesses are distinct and that there is a stronger association between current levels of stress and depressive symptoms with past experience of nervios than with susto, because the cultural constructions of these folk illnesses reflect chronic and acute concepts of distress, respectively.
Interviews were conducted in Guadalajara, Mexico, where participants responded to questions about their socio-demographic characteristics, stress, depressive symptoms, and whether they had experienced susto or nervios. This study validates the link between these folk illnesses and stress and depression and may, ultimately, facilitate cross-cultural research on stress. Are ataques de nervios in Puerto Rican children lboqueo with psychiatric disorder?
To provide the first empirical analysis of a cultural syndrome in children by examining the prevalence and psychiatric correlates of ataques de nervios in an epidemiological study of the mental health of children in Puerto Rico. In contrast to the overall community and clinical samples, which had more boys in them, the ataque de nervios groups in both samples had more girls in them.
Family history of ataques de nervios was associated with ataques de nervios in children in both samples. Across a wide range of depression, anxiety, and disruptive disorders, children who reported an ataque de nervios were more likely to meet research criteria for psychiatric disorder in both samples.
Ataques de nervios are a frequently reported cultural syndrome among children in Puerto Rico. Adolescent girls are more likely to report this experience. Ataques de nervios have a significant relationship with psychiatric disorder and impairment in Puerto Rican children. Reporte pudndos Un Caso. The condition of nerves among women in the small Peruvian town of Puente Piedre is described.
Both nervios a symptom and Nervios a disorder describe a woman’s difficulty with nerves. In Puente Piedre, the identification of an anxiety condition among women depends only on the women’s age. Younger women with anxiety symptoms are diagnosed as nervios bloquep, a temporary condition ascribed to a single episode of high blood pressure.
Menopausal women with similar symptoms, on the other hand, are thought to have a specific disorder, Nervios. In Puente Piedre, Nervios clearly is a folk illness limited to women of menopausal age.
Ataque de nervios as a marker of social and psychiatric vulnerability: This article presents the fi rst epidemiological portrait of ataques de nervios among Latinos in the mainland United States. This study examines the social and psychiatric correlates of ataque de nervios in bkoqueo nationally representative sample of Latinos in the United States.
Analyses examined the associations between ataques de nervios and a range of social and migration variables, as well as psychiatric diagnoses and measures of mental health need. Ataques de nervios were more frequent in women, those with disrupted marital status, and those more acculturated pudendod the US. The frequency of those who met criteria for affective, anxiety and substance abuse disorders was higher among those reporting an ataque de nervios.
Ataque de nervios can serve as an important indicator of social and psychiatric vulnerability in future epidemiological and clinical studies with Latino populations. Nervios is a culturally puvendos condition of psychological stress with important implications for Latino health. Using epidemiological research methods, we examined the prevalence of nervios and associated risk factors, including drug and alcohol use, acculturation, and housing conditions in a population-based study of farm worker families in Mendota, CA the MICASA Study.
A household enumeration procedure was used for sampling, and individuals were interviewed in In this analysis, we present data on men, accompanied family males and 41 unaccompanied males.
Since nervios has been shown to be a clinical indicator of psychiatric vulnerability among Latinos, this analysis furthers public health goals of reducing health disparities. Nervios and dysphoria in Mexican American widows. One hundred widows participating in experimental research entitled Efficacy of Support Groups for Mexican American Widows were studied to learn how pudendls express the loss of their husbands.
Mourning practices, acknowledged symptoms of dysphoria, and somatic reactions were studied to learn if the syndrome of nervios subsumes their reaction to bereavement. In addition, their responses to instruments designed to measure depression, the Spanish version of the Beck Depression Inventory and the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, were examined for correlation with nervios and relationships to Mexican American acculturation.
Nervios seems to be a manifestation of tecncia rather than a specific syndrome for these women. Ataque de nervios and history of childhood trauma. Ataque puendos nervios is a common, self-labeled Hispanic folk diagnosis.
It typically describes episodic, dramatic outbursts of negative emotion in response to a stressor, sometimes involving destructive behavior. Dissociation and affective dysregulation during such episodes suggested a link to childhood trauma.
In some Hispanic individuals, ataque may represent a culturally sanctioned expression of extreme affect dysregulation associated with childhood trauma. Patients with ataque de nervios should receive a thorough traumatic history assessment. Subtypes of ataques de nervios: The current study assesses the relationship between presenting symptomatology of the self-labeled Hispanic popular diagnosis of ataques de nervios and the pudeendos co-morbid psychiatric diagnoses.
This report focuses on subjects with ataque de nervios who also met criteria for panic bloqudo, other anxiety disorders, or an affective disorder. Distinct teccnica symptom patterns correlated with co-existing panic disorder, affective disorders, or other anxiety disorders.
Individuals with both ataque and panic disorder reported the most asphyxia, fear of dying, and increased fear during their ataques. People with ataques who also met criteria for affective disorder reported the most anger, screaming, becoming aggressive, and breaking things during ataques. Ataque positive subjects with other anxiety disorders were less salient for both panic-like and emotional-anger symptoms.
The findings suggest that a ataque de nervios is a popular label referring to several distinct patterns of loss of emotional control, b the type of loss of emotional control is influenced by the associated yecnica disorder, and c ataque symptom patterns may be a useful clinical marker for detecting psychiatric disorders.
Bloqueos e infiltraciones de la pared abdominal y del periné – EM|consulte
Further study is needed to examine the relationship between ataque de nervios and psychiatric disorders, as well as the relationship to cultural, demographic, environmental, and personality factors. The prevalence of nervios and associated symptomatology among inhabitants of Mexican rural communities. The purpose of the present contribution is to describe the prevalence of nervios through self- reportto identify psychological and somatic symptoms associated with nerviosand to report the comorbidity of nervios with mood and anxiety disorders among Mexican rural-origin adults.
The data reported here pudendow collected as part of a larger project, whose aims were to determine the prevalence of ttecnica mental health problems, their sociocultural manifestation and interpretation, and the utilization of mental health services among the inhabitants of rural communities in Pudendoe. A multi-stage, stratified, random sample of two regions in Mexico was obtained. The total number of participants used in the analyses was adults: We found a prevalence of nervios of When analyzed by sex, women had a significantly higher prevalence Also, all the somatic and psychological symptoms pusendos with nervios had a higher prevalence among women than men.
Full Text Available Objetivo: Association of a culturally defined syndrome pudnedos with chest pain and DSM-IV affective disorders in Hispanic patients referred for cardiac stress testing. Hispanics have a high prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors, most notably type 2 diabetes. However, in a large public hospital in Houston, Texas, Hispanic patients referred for cardiac stress testing were significantly more likely to have normal test results than were Whites or non-Hispanic Blacks.
We undertook an exploratory study to determine if nerviosa culturally based syndrome that shares similarities with both panic disorder and anginal symptoms, is sufficiently prevalent among Hispanics referred for cardiac testing to be considered as a possible explanation for the high probability of a normal test result.
Hispanic patients were recruited consecutively when they presented for a cardiac stress test.
The average age of the participants 38 men and 76 women was 57 years, and the average educational attainment was 7 years. Nervios is common among Hispanics with symptoms of cardiac disease. Additional research is needed to understand how nervios symptoms differ from chest pain in Hispanics and the role of nervios in referral for cardiac workup by primary care providers and emergency room personnel.
The prevalence of ataques de nervios in the Puerto Rico disaster study. Booqueo role of culture in psychiatric epidemiology.