Makiko K Okura

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BACKGROUND Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) is a tumor consisting of benign-looking neoplastic cells, but its wretched clinical outcome often resembles a malignant disease. LAM cell clusters (LCCs), unique microstructures commonly found in LAM-associated chylous effusion, are aggregates of LAM cells rimmed by lymphatic endothelium. LCCs seem to be crucial(More)
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