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A case of Primary Malignant Lymphoma of the Spleen (PMLS) with exclusive red pulp involvement is described and discussed. Although the unusual topographic presentation the authors emphasize the physiologic arrangement of lymphoid cell in splenic red pulp cords that can give origin to the neoplasia. They moreover discuss problems of differential diagnosis(More)
DCEP (dexamethasone, cyclophosphamide, etoposide, and cisplatin) has proved to be an effective salvage therapy for refractory-relapsed MM patients. Little is known, however, about its potential as mobilizing therapy. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of DCEP in mobilizing PBSC and to define its toxicity. Fifty-five MM patients received DCEP(More)
Correspondence: Daniele Perego, M.D., via Oberdan 6, 20053 Muggiò (MI), Italy. E-mail: peregomd@tin.it 2. Mole RJ. Whole body irradiation radiology or medicine? Br J Radiol 1953; 26:234-41. 3. Kingsley DP. An interesting case of possible abscopal effect in malignant melanoma. Br J Radiol 1975; 48: 863-6. 4. Ehlers G, Fridman M. Abscopal effect of radiation(More)
AIMS AND BACKGROUND Recombinant alpha-interferon has been shown to be effective in essential thrombocythemia and in thrombocytosis associated with other myeloproliferative disorders. PATIENTS AND METHODS Twenty-five untreated patients were enrolled in our study from May 1989 to April 1992. Recombinant alpha interferon-2b was administered at an initial(More)
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