Matteo Chimenti

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The case of a 31-year-old HIV-positive male drug addict, with a history of recurrent intermittent fever is presented. Chest x-ray showed right ilar-node enlargement and moderate venous congestion. A 67Ga-citrate scan of the chest was highly suggestive of Mycobacterial infection. Scans showed right supraclavicular, right costophrenic, hilar node, pericardial(More)
AMONG ALL THE POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS OF AESTHETIC RHINOPLASTY, A RARE ONE IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF CYSTIC MASSES ON THE NASAL DORSUM: several theories suggest that cysts develop commonly by entrapment of nasal mucosa in the subcutaneous space, but they can also originate from foreign body reactions. This report deals with two cases of nasal dorsum cysts with(More)
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