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Localised amyloidosis of the larynx is uncommon and poorly understood. The precise etiology and pathogenesis are not entirely clear. It usually presents with hoarseness, pain and/or difficulty in breathing. We present the case of a 42-year-old woman with primary localised laryngeal amyloidosis who presented with hoarseness and dyspnoea. Biopsy of the(More)
SCID mice were grafted with human PBL (hu-PBL-SCID) from healthy or haemophilia A donors. Those containing human and no murine Ig in their plasma, were injected with 100 U VIII:Ag of a plasma derived (pd) FVIII or recombinant deleted Factor VIII (FVIII deltaII) and with 10 microg of tetanus toxoid as control immunogen. The frequency and the intensity of the(More)
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