Christina A. van de Kaa

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Amyloid deposits within the seminal vesicles are a common finding at autopsy. The incidence increases with age. Amyloid deposits can mimic tumor extension into the seminal vesicles due to prostate or bladder cancer on T2-weighted MR images. We describe a case of seminal vesicle amyloidosis demonstrating the MR appearance and the characteristic pathologic(More)
Different histochemical techniques were compared on paraffin wax embedded tissue sections for routine classification of amyloid; the following methods were used: potassium permanganate, the indirect immunoperoxidase method using polyclonal anti-human amyloid antisera (anti-AA, anti-Aλ, anti-Aκ and anti-AF) and the peroxidase-antiperoxidase (PAP) method(More)
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