Sarah Hassinger

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BACKGROUND In multiple sclerosis inflammation is primarily injurious to the central nervous system, but its therapeutic suppression might inhibit repair-promoting factors. OBJECTIVES We aimed at better describing the complexity of biological effects during an acute relapse and analysed the effects of intervention with high-dose i.v. glucocorticoids and(More)
The authors report a case of acute myeloblastic leukemia in which erythrophagocytosis by the leukemic cells was so extensive as to mimic malignant histiocytosis at postmortem. It is postulated that premature expression of phagocytic function in leukemic cells and disseminated intravascular coagulopathy, which accompanied the initial clinical presentation,(More)
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