Suzana Stajnic

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INTRODUCTION Histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis is a disease of unknown etiology, favourable course and outcome, mostly encountered in young women. It exhibits increased temperature and lymphadenopathy. The illness resolved spontaneously after a few months. A CASE REVIEW In a 32-year-old patient the disease developed gradually, with pain in the right(More)
This is a case report on retroperitoneal localization of a tumor formed of mixed-chondromatous tissue, bone tissue, fatty tissue and connective tissue together with angiomatous areas with blood vessels having unevenly thickened walls, being histopathologically diagnosed as a mesenchymoma. Apart from presenting the tumor, this paper deals with diagnostic(More)
The paper reviews the results of an extensive morphological analysis of 49 lymph nodes draining the area of histologically evidenced tumor on the basis of immunomorphological changes by the quantitative and semiquantitative methods. Reactive changes in different topographic zones being a morphological manifestation of the immune response to the presence of(More)
Using frozen sections and classic paraffin sections of the lymph nodes, comparative diagnostic analysis was done in the patients with differently localized malignant tumours. The analysis was based on 86 patients with malignant tumours mostly localized in the maxillofacial region. The frozen sections diagnoses are divided into "metastasing carcinoma in the(More)
This study group comprised 58 patients with polycythemia vera. A retrospective study included 23/58 (39.60%) patients treated from 1968 to 1987, while a prospective study included 35/58 (60.34%) patients. Over the period 1986.-1996., 19/58 (32.76%) patients died: 10/23 (43.48%) from the retrospective group where mean disease duration was 12.7 years (6-24),(More)
In the aim of establishing the prognosis of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (HLL) in relation to the severeness and course of the disease, during the course of treatment of the patients, two parameters were followed prior to therapy and one year following conducted therapy regarding the morphological changes of lymphocytes in bone marrow specimens and(More)
Primary malignant lymphoma of extranodal localization is a rare disease which mainly occurs in organs with greater or less quantity of lymphocytic tissue or in the organs with the previous history of lymphocytic infiltrate. Extranodal localization of malignant lymphoma in the thyroid gland is rare and numerous authors associate it with the previous(More)
Lupus nephritis is a clinical manifestation of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus with most prominent influence on the course of the disease. The most predictive parameters for development of renal failure are: type of hystological changes, degree of interstitial inflammation, serum creatinine concentration at the time of diagnosis and therapeutical protocols(More)
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