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Primary sclerosing cholangitis is considered to be an autoimmune disease of the liver in which there is an association with the HLA phenotypes B8 and DR3 and in which circulating autoantibodies occur. Abnormalities of immune regulation may be present but whether or not they are primary or acquired is not known. This report is of a patient with primary… (More)
Microembolization of cholesterol crystals from complicated atherosclerotic plaques often masquerades as multisystemic disease giving rise to a variety of clinical findings (1-3). The diagnosis of cholesterol embolization is usually established at autopsy (4); however , an temor tem diagnosis has been achieved by biopsy of kidney, muscle, skin, stomach,… (More)
Erosive gastritis and duodenitis resulting from chronic ischemia were seen at endoscopy in a 69-year-old woman with classical abdominal angina and severe atheromatous disease of all three splanchnic arteries.