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Massive thymic hyperplasia is an extremely rare form of true thymic hyperplasia most often described in infants and children. Hyperplasia of this order is not known to occur in any other organ, and its etiology and prognostic significance remain unknown. As there is no accurate way of preoperatively differentiating massive thymic hyperplasia from other(More)
Pseudosarcoma is a malignant, polypoid tumour which has been described in the oesophagus, mouth, fauces and larynx. The tumour consists of a special variety of squamous cell carcinoma. Although squamous carcinoma of the oesophagus is especially prevalent in the East London area, there does not appear to be a corresponding increase in the incidence of(More)
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