Ioannis K Amplianitis

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Solitary carcinomatous metastases to the spleen are rare. The reports of such cases in the literature usually concern late stages of the disease, with generalized carcinomatosis and metastatic foci in several other organs. Primary tumors that most often metastasize to the spleen are carcinomata of the breast, lung and ovaries, as well as malignant(More)
Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) of the breast is exceptionally obscure and late local recurrence of this entity on this site is even more uncommon. We describe such a case in a 48-year-old woman, who at the age of 35 had a DFSP excised from her right breast. Thirteen years later, she developed an ovoid mass in her right breast over the postsurgical(More)
Immunohistochemical expression of bcl-2, p53, PR and ER in cases with endometrial carcinomas arrayed on a tissue microarray (TMA) was tested and correlated with clinicopathologic features, overall survival (OS), cancer-related survival (CRS) and disease-free survival (DFS). Seventy-seven patients with endometrial cancer were reviewed. Slides were evaluated(More)
Smooth muscle tumors of the mesentery are rare lesions with unpredictable, usually malignant, biologic behavior irrespective of their histologic appearance. Such case is presented here. We present a case of a large smooth muscle tumor located in the mesentery of a 48 years old patient. The histopathologic features of the surgically excised tumor were that(More)
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