G Reza Hafez

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Secondary ovarian neoplasia is a common clinical entity which represents 3 to 8% of all ovarian tumors. However, despite its apparent prevalence, it remains a diagnostic and management dilemma. The ability to differentiate primary ovarian carcinoma from metastatic disease to the ovary has significant therapeutic and prognostic implications. Four case(More)
Light microscopic examination of a cutaneous nodule excised from the eyelid of a 35 year-old woman showed a monotonous proliferation of histiocytes with pagetoid infiltration of the epidermis. Following excision of this lesion, ipsilateral cervical lympadenopathy was noted. An infiltrate of cytologically similar cells was found. Electron microscopic(More)
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