Caherine Butori

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RATIONALE Exogenous lipoid pneumonia is a rare condition due to abnormal presence of oily substances in the lungs. It is a rarely known cause for false positive FDG PET-CT results and can sometimes lead to invasive investigations. Searching and finding the source of the oily substance is one of the keys to the diagnosis. Inhalation of oily drugs during(More)
The causes of granulomatous hepatitis are often difficult to determine and standard diagnosis methods for tuberculous hepatitis lack sensitivity, which led us to evaluate the contribution of mycobacteria serology. The case is reported of a woman in whom a diagnosis of extrapulmonary sarcoidosis had been made on two occasions (1985, 1987) in the presence of(More)
A case of true cutaneous histiocytosarcoma --or Crosti's reticulosis--is reported, and provides the basis for a discussion of the techniques at present used in defining the histiocytic origin of lymphomas, criteria for assessing the malignancy of histiocytic infiltrates, and clinical data and course of histiocytic sarcomas. Particular emphasis is laid on(More)
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