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A case of a patient with angiofollicular lymph-node hyperplasia (Castleman's disease), of the plasma cell type, is described. The course of the disease evolved from an unilateral inguinal adenopathy to a generalised intraabdominal adenopathy which took the patient to death. Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects are discussed.
A case of a patient with large cell pulmonary carcinoma is presented. Being inoperable, the patient was treated at first with multiple drug chemotherapy and the result was the disappearance of the pulmonary lesions. The unusual favourable therapeutic response and the protocols of polychemotherapy used are discussed.
The authors report two cases of granulomatous allergic angiitis (Churg-Strauss syndrome) in patients previously affected by bronchial asthma. Different clinical developments and responses to therapy are considered.