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A premature baby presented with severe hydrops fetalis due to a multifocal angiomatous malformation of the liver. There were two other small vascular tumors: hemangioma of the skin and chorioangioma. Hydramnios and placental edema were also present. The association of severe hydrops fetalis and hydramnios with angiomatous malformation of the liver was not(More)
The prognostic implications of circulating Sézary cells in mycosis fungoides (MF) are not known, and the significance of fluctuating Sézary cell counts in either MF or the Sézary syndrome has not been assessed. Such studies have been hampered by the inaccuracy of counts performed on routine blood smears and the unavailability of electron microscopy for(More)
Numerous case reports have described idiopathic hypertrophy of the skin on the dorsum of the hands. Many different and confusing names have been assigned to these conditions. A case report of a patient with pachydermodactyly is presented, with a discussion of the literature, in an effort to clarify the identification, treatment, and nomenclature of(More)
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