Alice C. Johnston

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Dear Editor, The distinction between plasmablastic lymphoma (PBL) and plasmablastic myeloma (PBM) is challenging but clinically important, as both malignancies are aggressive and require different treatment approaches. A 68-year-old Caucasian man presented with a conglomerate of cutaneous nodules on his back (Fig. 1a). Physical examination revealed no other(More)
Two sisters had diagnoses of congenital monochromatism, cataracts, bilateral nonprogressive sensorineural deafness, and hyperinsulinism in both, and labyrinthine dysfunction in one. This recessively inherited condition is added to the growing number of syndromes in which one of the features may be a disturbance of hypothalamic function.
The ocular sequelae in nineteen patients who had suffered from a complete paralysis of the third cranial nerve were analyzed. In eleven of these patients, the paralysis was associated with an aneurysm of the internal carotid artery system. None of the cases in this group showed complete recovery of the third nerve function; however, six recovered(More)
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