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Balloon-expandable stents were placed successfully in 35 (95%) of 37 patients whose right coronary artery lesion was believed to have a poor short- or long-term prognosis with conventional balloon angioplasty because of prior restenosis or adverse lesion morphology. Quantitative angiography showed a reduction in stenosis diameter from 83 +/- 14% to 42 +/-… (More)
Paratesticular leiomyosarcoma is a rare entity. Greater than 95% of tumors arising within the scrotal sac are testicular in origin. Of the paratesticular tumors, rhabdomyosarcoma accounts for nearly half of malignant masses. Paratesticular leiomyosarcoma is infrequently encountered, resulting in a relative paucity of literature regarding this tumor type.… (More)
An unusual case of a 56-year-old male with carcinosarcoma of the lung containing three malignant mesenchymal elements is reported. The clinical, radiographic, gross, and immunohistochemical findings are presented. The theories addressing the histogenesis of carcinosarcoma are discussed with special emphasis on the findings in this case.