Daniel B Wimmer

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A 49-year-old woman presented with fever, weight loss, night sweats, hematochezia, and acid reflux symptoms. Two large, firm cecal lesions were seen at colonoscopy, but multiple biopsies were inconclusive. The patient underwent a right hemicolectomy for a clinical diagnosis of colon cancer. Noncaseating granulomatous inflammation with background(More)
Abdominal wall transplants are relatively new procedures that are frequently performed in conjunction with multivisceral transplants. The skin of the abdominal wall transplant is often the first site for graft rejection to manifest itself. Prompt recognition can lead to appropriate treatment before the involvement of the underlying viscera. However, the(More)
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