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Pyothorax-Associated Lymphoma: A Peculiar Clinicopathologic Entity Derived From B Cells at Late Stage of Differentiation and With Occasional Aberrant Dual B- and T-Cell Phenotype
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It is shown that pyothorax-associated lymphoma represents a distinct clinicopathologic entity among diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, which is characterized by a peculiar clinical presentation, frequent plasmacytoid features, and a strong association with EBV. Expand
[Colonic necrosis caused by sodium polystyrene (kayexalate) in hemodialysis: myth or reality? Two case reports].
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It is thought of interest to report 2 representative observations of colonic necrosis due to Kayexalate and sorbitol and to discuss diagnostics circumstances and etiopathogenic hypothesis and to give some advices. Expand
[Malignant blue nevus: clinicopathologic study with AgNOR measurement. Seven cases].
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The results confirm the severe prognosis of malignant blue nevus and highlight the necessity of removing all blue tumours located on the scalp. Expand
Primary intrapulmonary thymoma associated with congenital hyperhomocysteinemia.
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Cell-derived vesicles, which on average are smaller in diameter than thrombocytes, are removed more efficiently from blood by a Cell Saver device than thROMbocytes in a clinical setting. Expand
[Neonatal cutaneous hematopoiesis disclosing congenital rubella].
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Blueberry muffin rash is never idiopathic and the prognosis depends on the cause, but Physicians should remember that congenital rubella has not yet been completely eradicated in France. Expand
[Fatal cytomegalovirus pneumonia in a non-immunodeficient adult. Diagnostic contribution of in situ hybridization].
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This case demonstrates the value of DNA probe analysis for diagnosis and in situ DNA Hybridization for diagnosis of cytomegalovirus pneumonia in a non-immunocompromised 65-year old man who presented with symptoms of a lower respiratory tract infection. Expand
[Renal sarcoidosis with a pseudotumoral pyelic localization].
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Intraluminal localizations such as the pyelic lesion in this case are exceptional but must be detected early since they respond to corticosteroid therapy. Expand
[Digestive adverse effects due to sodium polystyrene sulfonate (Kayexalate) in dialysis patients].
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Administered to reduce hyperkaliema in patients with chronic renal failure, sodium polystyrene sulfonate (Kayexalate) can cause digestive complications and these complications are illustrated with some pictures from personal observations. Expand
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