Amedeo Boscaino

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Endodermal cysts of the central neuraxis are benign, non-neoplastic epithelium-lined cysts arising from endodermal tissue that have been displaced early in fetal life. Intracranial endodermal cysts are rare and usually located in the posterior fossa. The present study involves a 36-year-old man with a typical epithelial cyst in the posterior fossa.(More)
BACKGROUND Primary thyroid gland lymphomas are uncommon tumours that occur in the setting of lymphocytic thyroiditis or Hashimoto's disease in almost all cases. In this condition a distinction between an inflammatory lymphoid infiltrate and a low grade lymphoma may be extremely difficult and precise criteria are necessary for a correct diagnosis. PATIENT(More)
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