Goffredo Bulgarelli

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Thymoma is a rare tumor characterized by an association with autoimmune diseases. Immunological abnormalities are increasingly being recognized in thymoma patients and are the cause of a peculiar susceptibility to infections. The authors present the clinical history of a thymoma patient affected by fatal immunodeficiency.
Seven years after a surgically resected thymoma, a female patient affected by myasthenia gravis and Good's syndrome presented with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH). Co-culture experiments and spectratyping analyses indicated that CD8+ lymphocytes were involved in damaging hematopoietic precursors. While PNH clones have been identified in various(More)
In the last years the determination of serum digoxin levels has become absolutely necessary not only in specialized centers but also in all medical departments for its pharmacological and clinical implications. In order to verify the reproducibility, accurateness and sensibility of the techniques currently employed we performed a comparative analysis of the(More)
Critical evaluation of immunoglobulins in Rheumatoid Arthritis. It has been studied the behavior of the serum and synovial immunoglobulins of 62 patients afftected arthritis reheumatoid in various clinic stages; the valued have been expressed in mg% and mg/g of proteins. The serum levels of the IgG and IgA are higher in the cases of R.A. than in normals.(More)