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Primary adrenal lymphoma: 3 case reports with different outcomes.
- A. Spyroglou, H. Schneider, T. Mussack, M. Reincke, K. von Werder, F. Beuschlein
- MedicineExperimental and clinical endocrinology…
- 3 March 2011
The diagnostic approaches that confirmed the diagnosis of primary adrenal lymphoma are summarized, individual treatment outcomes after therapy are described and individual treatment decisions are made in a multi-disciplinary setting in specialized centers.
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