Steven Morgenthal

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Amyloidosis is a multisystem disease, which is characterized by the extracellular deposition of insoluble abnormal fibrils. Histological and subsequent immunohistochemical examinations are necessary for the determination of the diagnosis and the classification of the amyloid type. The most common systemic variant is immunoglobulin-derived light chain (AL)(More)
Injuries of the tongue are generally self-inflicted lesions and occur during different diseases or external incidents. The amputation of the tongue is a rare event. In this article, we report about a woman presenting with a complete amputation of the anterior third of the tongue. The morphological findings, which are essential for the differentiation of(More)
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