Telma Meizoso

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Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is a herpesvirus whose only reservoir host is the human. It is transmitted by oropharyngeal secretions. Primary EBV infection is usually asymptomatic, but sometimes it causes infectious mononucleosis with fever, lymphadenopathies, splenomegaly and pharyngitis. Acute infection is diagnosed by serology (heterophile or specific(More)
Despite the high incidence of candida vaginitis, intraamniotic candida infection seems to be a rare disease. This infective agent can cause chorioamnionitis even in the presence of intact fetal membranes. We report four new cases of intrauterine candidiasis and describe the associated clinicopathological features. Three of the cases had predisposing risk(More)
Superficial acral fibromyxoma (SAFM) is a rare soft tissue tumor most often located in the ungual region of the fingers and toes. This tumor was first described in 2001, and since then very few cases have been reported. We present the case of a 35-year-old male with a SAFM located in the toe, with involvement of the nail and erosion of the distal phalanx.(More)
BACKGROUND Multicentric myxoid liposarcoma is a rather infrequent tumour that tends to behave aggressively. CASE PRESENTATION We herein report two further cases of this tumour that have been managed in our Hospital. Both were young men with multiple sites of involvement at the moment of diagnosis and both have shown a bad prognosis with frequent(More)
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