J van de Merckt

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We report the case of a widely invasive thymoma non-associated with myasthenia gravis which responded only to high doses of corticosteroids. We review the other few reported cases of complete response achieved by this treatment and we stress the possible use of high doses of corticosteroids in the management of recurrent invasive thymoma.
This study demonstrates the presence of PGI2 in blood and its influence on platelet retention tests, possibly by the intermediate of a releasing system in the columns, which is followed by a proximate recuperation on the erythrocyte sites after the passage. The presence of prostacyclin on the erythrocyte sites seems to depend upon the red cell deformability(More)
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