Galit Pomeranz

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A 29-year-old white women had ocular melanocytosis with scleral pigmentation and a diffuse choroidal nevus. The eye was enucleated because of two choroidal tumors. Light and electron microscopy showed two separate choroidal melanomas with differential cytologic characteristics. The extreme rarity of multicentric choroidal melanomas support the belief that(More)
We report a 13-year-old youth who initially presented with the typical rash of Henoch-Schonlein purpura followed a month later by a nephrotic syndrome and hematuria. Renal biopsy revealed crescentic IgA nephropathy. The patient was aggressively treated with steroids leading to a remission of his nephrotic syndrome. Three years after his initial(More)
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