Jo Annah Jensen

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BACKGROUND A number of histologic variants of papillary carcinoma of the thyroid have been described, including an oxyphil cell subtype (OVPC). Few OVPC cases have been detailed cytologically. CASES Smears prepared from aspiration biopsies, as well as the corresponding histologic sections and clinical histories, were reviewed for three cases. Two patients(More)
By fine needle aspiration biopsy, 58 cases of cutaneous metastases were clinically and cytologically diagnosed at the Hines Veterans Administration Hospital from January 1987 to December 1990. Immunologic and electron microscopic studies affirmed the diagnosis and in some instances defined the primary neoplasm. The age of the patients ranged from 54 to 83(More)
Clear cell carcinoma (CCL) arising in the lower urinary tract is unusual and we report the cytohistologic findings of three cases retrieved from our files. All patients presented with bleeding, and the tumors were localized in either the urethra or bladder base. Filter and cytocentrifuge preparations of the urine were studied and all cases displayed(More)
At Hines VA Hospital, three out of 38 cardiac transplant patients, who were 9, 10, and 14 mo post-surgery and treated with immunosuppressive drugs, including OKT3 prophylaxis for acute rejection, developed a solitary pulmonary nodule. Fine-needle aspiration biopsy of the nodules in these three patients revealed a hypercellular, monotonous population of(More)
OBJECTIVES Based on single-arm trial data (BOLT), sonidegib was approved in the US and EU to treat locally advanced basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) ineligible for curative surgery or radiotherapy. Vismodegib, the other approved targeted therapy, also was assessed in a single-arm trial (ERIVANCE). We examined the comparative effectiveness of the two drugs using(More)
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