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Rapidly recurring folliculostellate cell tumor of the adenohypophysis with the morphology of a spindle cell oncocytoma: case report with electron microscopic studies.
TLDR
A rapidly recurring folliculostellate cell tumor of the adenohypophysis in a 63-year-old woman recurred within 5 months of selective transsphenoidal resection, requiring a second transSphenoidal operation followed by radiation therapy.
Vitiligo‐like leucoderma during photochemotherapy for mycosis fungoides
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It is suggested that the phototherapy may have activated a cell‐mediated immunity leading to destruction of the melanocytes in mycosis fungoides, and vitiligo‐like leucoderma should be added to the list of untoward effects of phototherapy in MF.
A composite silent corticotroph pituitary adenoma with interspersed adrenocortical cells: case report.
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It is suggested that the designation "composite silent corticotroph pituitary adenoma with adrenocortical cells" is an appropriate name for this tumor.
Concurrent medullary and papillary carcinomas of thyroid with lymph node metastases. A collision phenomenon.
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A patient whose thyroid contained calcitonin-immunoreactive medullary carcinoma and thyroglobulin-positive papillary carcinoma is reported, clearly separated from each other.
Hepatic adenomata in type Ia glycogen storage disease.
TLDR
A young woman with type Ia glycogenosis who developed liver adenomata was described and liver transplantation was performed because of its persistence and the significant potential of malignant transformation.
Worrisome histologic alterations following fine-needle aspiration of the parathyroid
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The concept of WHAFFT, which can mimic the features of malignancy in the parathyroid gland, is introduced, and a male patient with hypercalcaemia who was subsequently found to have a nodule in the thyroid gland is reported here.
Cushing’s Syndrome from an ectopic pituitary adenoma with peliosis: A histological, immunohistochemical, and ultrastructural study and review of the literature
TLDR
A striking finding, consistent with the diagnosis of peliosis, was the presence of multiple large blood-filled spaces lacking an endothelial lining.
Familial infantile bilateral striatal necrosis: Clinical features and response to biotin treatment
TLDR
Familial infantile bilateral striatal necrosis was inherited as an autosomal recessive trait and oral biotin may have benefited three children.
Atypical, invasive, recurring Crooke cell adenoma of the pituitary
TLDR
Detailed morphologic investigation by histology, immunohistochemistry and electron microscopy documented a Crooke cell adenoma, a rare form of ACTH-producing pituitary tumor, which regrew despite several surgeries.
Morphologic changes of prolactin-producing pituitary adenomas after short treatment with dopamine agonists
TLDR
The morphologic changes seen in PRL-producing adenomas after short-term dopamine agonist treatment are described and numerous “dark” cells representing another common form of cell death were also noted, which represent characteristic features of short- term dopamine agonists treatment, which are not seen in long-term treatment.
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