José L Plana

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The reactive hemophagocytic syndrome is a condition characterized by systemic proliferation of benign hemophagocytic histiocytes, fever, cytopenia, abnormal liver function, and frequently coagulopathy and hepatosplenomegaly. Its occurrence has been documented in association with viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections; a wide spectrum of malignant(More)
A 36 year-old woman with systemic lupus erythematosus was admitted to our hospital with headache, brachiocrural hemiparesis and hemianesthesia. She had been treated with prednisone and cyclophosphamide. CT scan and MRI revealed a 15 mm nodular mass enhanced with gadolinium in left frontal convexity. CNS biopsy was performed and a diffuse large B-cell(More)
The usefulness of different techniques to measure platelet bound IgG has been reviewed by George. We present here the results obtained with a technique designed to measure membrane bound IgG employing an anti-human IgG labeled with peroxidase and using O-dianisidine-H2O2 to reveal the enzymatic activity. We studied 152 patients with chronic autoimmune(More)
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