Dan Arin Silasi

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transformation of solitary papillomas have been rarely reported in main bronchi, these features are largely unknown in bronchiolar or more peripheral papillary ⁄ glandular lesions. Only one such case has been previously reported by Nakamura et al. as an ‘‘extremely well differentiated adenocarcinoma’’ in peripheral lung. The papillary growth, prominent(More)
BACKGROUND Robotic-assisted surgery has evolved over the past 2 decades with constantly improving technology that assists surgeons in multiple subspecialty disciplines. The surgical requirements of lithotomy and steep Trendelenburg positions, along with the creation of a pneumoperitoneum and lack of direct access to the patient all present management(More)
Benign multicystic mesothelioma (BMCM) is a rare tumor of the abdomen-peritoneum of unknown etiology. This benign tumor was initially described by Plaut in 1928 when he observed loose cysts in the pelvis during a surgery for a uterine leiomyoma. The mesothelial origin was later confirmed by electron microscopy by Mennemeyer and Smith in 1979. To date, there(More)
Background: Bevacizumab is increasingly being used in the treatment of gynecologic malignancies, but has significant side-effects including hypertension and reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy (RPLS), which must be recognized by the gynecologic oncologist. Methods: A 26-month institutional retrospective review of bevacizumab in the treatment of(More)
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