Matjaz Sebenik

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Intimal sarcoma (IS) is defined as a malignant tumor arising in the tunica intima of large blood vessels. In systemic circulation, the majority of IS develop in the aorta, where close to three fourths of published cases lack specific differentiation and are called undifferentiated intimal sarcomas (UIS). The remaining cases are intima-associated sarcomas of(More)
BACKGROUND Small cell anaplastic carcinoma most commonly presents as a lesion in the central portion of the lung but occasionally is found in peripheral locations. Only seven cases originating in the breast have been described. To our knowledge, the preoperative diagnosis of this entity by fine needle aspiration has not been previously reported in the(More)
The histopathologic diagnosis of mycosis fungoides (MF), even when clinical manifestations of the disease seem convincing, is often tenuous. The observation that practically all patients with MF harbor human T cell lymphotropic virus type I (HTLV-I) proviral sequences in their circulating lymphocytes raised the possibility that such viral footprints could(More)
The patient was a 57-year-old white woman who presented with a 3.0 x 2.0-cm partially ulcerated vaginal polyp. Histology revealed a malignant mixed mullerian tumor composed of invasive squamous cell carcinoma with deeper areas of undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma. Invasive carcinoma had overlying high-grade vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia (VaIN III),(More)
On occasion, the placement of orthopedic prosthetic components or stabilization hardware leads to surgical site infections, in some cases presenting at a point in time distant from the surgical procedure. Although infectious complications are the most common etiology for surgical site pain and inflammation, malignancies can also develop around prosthetic(More)
The distinction of complex atypical endometrial hyperplasia from endometrial adenocarcinoma is often problematic. Foci of back-to-back arrangement of glands or foci of cribriform arrangement of glands smaller than 2.1 mm in diameter are considered insufficient for the diagnosis of endometrial adenocarcinoma by some authors, and sufficient to be diagnosed as(More)
In 11 patients with angiographically documented significant coronary heart disease silent (asymptomatic) segmental myocardial ischaemia was induced by rapid atrial pacing using the sub-threshold rate (10 impulses min-1 less than angina-threshold rate). The effect of pacing-induced silent myocardial ischaemia on the left ventricular contraction was studied(More)
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