Cyrus Koresh Manavi

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Ectopic hormone production is an uncommon complication of neoplastic lung disease. Rarely, patients may present with signs and symptoms of systemic endocrine dysfunction related to a hormone-secreting tumor. Bronchopulmonary carcinoids are the most common neoplasm implicated in ectopic ACTH-dependent Cushing's syndrome. Persistent hypercortisolism, such as(More)
Angiosarcomas involving the head and neck are malignant tumors which tend to involve multiple anatomical structures with an overall dismal prognosis. Reports of primary, isolated eyelid involvement are rare. We report 4 cases of angiosarcoma involving the eyelid as either an isolated tumor or as part of a more diffuse malignant process and compare the(More)
Posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorders (PTLD) are a rare, but serious complication following transplantation. Late-onset PTLD are often associated with more monoclonal lesions and consequently have a worse prognosis. There are only isolated case reports of Burkitt's lymphoma presenting as PTLD. We present an extremely rare, aggressive Burkitt's(More)
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