Olivia Espinosa

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Tumors of endothelial cell origin are relatively common. Soft tissue tumors and numerous subtypes of benign and malignant vascular tumors have been described; the histogenesis of many of these tumors is uncertain, and distinguishing between benign and malignant vascular tumors, some of which express lymphatic endothelial cell markers, can be problematic. In(More)
BACKGROUND Intralymphatic histiocytosis (IH) is a rare condition often associated with systemic disease. A benign condition, clinical presentations can vary greatly and its cause is largely unknown. Histologically, there are macrophages within distended lymphatic vessels, although this can be an incidental finding or the primary abnormality. OBJECTIVE We(More)
Calciphylaxis (calcific uraemic arteriolopathy) is an obliterative calcific vasculopathy in which calcification occurs in the media of small arteries of up to 600 lm in diameter, arterioles, and capillaries, with intimal fibrosis and thrombosis leading to tissue necrosis. It occurs predominantly in end-stage kidney disease, affecting up to 5% of(More)
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