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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)
A patient suffering from severe hemophilia combined with a large pseudotumor of his left thigh is presented, and the case history discussed. The occurrence of this tumor in hemophilia is considered with respect to the clinical, radiological, and laboratory findings.
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)