Antonio Martin Herrera

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The ultrastructure was studied of 2 cases of proliferative fasciitis (PF) which affected the fascia and subcutaneous fat. Two basic cell types were observed in the lesions: fibroblast-like, and giant cells. The fibroblast-like cells had myofibroblastic ultrastructural characteristics. The giant cells showed a well-developed, rough endoplasmic reticulum,(More)
Pancreatic involvement has been studied in 70 HIV infected patients, in diverse stages, that were treated with didanosine (ddI), both as monotherapy or associated to zidovudine; 38% of patients presented adverse reaction that obliged to withdraw the medication: pancreatitis (4%), hyperamylasemia (21%) and abdominal pain and/or diarrhea (12%). The possible(More)
The most serious complication of curative therapy for Hodgkin's disease is the development of a second malignancy. A patient who developed a low grade non-Hodgkin's lymphoma three years and a half after combined-modality therapy for Hodgkin's disease, is described. It is exceptional this type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma as a second neoplasm after cytotoxic(More)