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dc.contributor.advisorVergara Streinsberger, Maria Ines 
dc.creatorHernandez Beltran, Natalia
dc.descriptionLas infecciones del sistema nervioso son importantes fuentes de morbilidad y mortalidad en el mundo, debido a diferentes factores como son el amplio uso de antibióticos que aunque contribuyen con éxito al manejo de infecciones, pero el mal uso por automedicación o tratamientos incompletos favorecen la emergencia de organismos resistentes y la existencia de “mimos infecciosos” que incluyen el síndrome de reconstitución inflamatoria (IRIS). Adicionalmente el crecimiento de las poblaciones inmunocomprometidas por el síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA) y por tratamientos agresivos para trasplante sólido o hematopoyético han mejorado la sobrevida de diferentes tipos de malignidades y alteraciones reumatológicas pero son poblaciones que tienen más susceptibilidad a contraer infecciones y encefalitis mediadas inmunológicamente, como son la encefalomielitis diseminada aguda (ADEM) o la encefalitis contra el receptor de N-metil-D aspartato (NMDA).
dc.description.abstractsystem nervous infections are important sources of morbidity and mortality in the world, due to different factors since they are the wide use of antibiotics that though they contribute successfully to the managing of infections, but the evil use for auto medication or incomplete treatments favor the emergency of resistant organisms and the existence of " infectious caresses " that include the syndrome of inflammatory reconstitution (IRIS). Additional the growth of the populations immunodeficiency syndrome acquired (AIDS) and for aggressive treatments for solid transplant or hematic have improved the survival of different types of malices and alterations rheumatologic but they are populations who have more susceptibility to contract system neurvous infections and encephalitis happened immunologic , since it is the spread sharp encefalomielitis (ADEM) or the encephalitis against the receptor of N-metil-D aspartato (NMDA).
dc.titleEnfoque del paciente con sospecha de neuroinfección en urgencias
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeEspecialista en Neurología
dc.publisher.programEspecialización en Neurología
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de Medicina
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