Tomás Zamora Martínez

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Castleman's disease is an uncommon benign lymphoid disorder usually found in the mediastinum (70 %) which is thought to be due to antigenic hyperstimulation of unknown origin. Two histological subtypes may be found in relation to two different clinical patterns with clinical and therapeutic implications. Diagnosis is frequently accomplished only by(More)
OBJECTIVES To report one case of malignant recurrence of a cutaneous horn of the glans penis. METHODS We report the case of a 66-year-old male patient presenting with penile discomfort over several months. Physical examination showed a corneal lesion in the glans-penis, the biopsy of which was reported as hyperkeratosis on top of pseudoepiteliomatous(More)
OBJECTIVES We report one case of Metacronous transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) of the prostatic urethra in a patient with history of left nephroureterectomy 22 years before for urothelial neoplasia of the upper urinary tract. METHODS We describe the case of a 56-year-old male patient who presents with oligosymptomatic hematuria for several months.(More)
OBJECTIVES To report a new case of infiltrative small cell bladder cancer. METHODS We describe the case of a 60-year-old male patient who consulted for monosymptomatic hematuria over a few weeks. Cystoscopy showed a neoplasia in the anterior wall of the bladder. Pathological analysis of the TUR chips was compatible with infiltrative small cell tumor.(More)
An 82-year-old male with a history of high blood pressure, COPD, chronic myeloid leukemia, and stage-4 chronic renal failure. Admitted to hospital for lower-limb cellulitis and severe COPD exacerbation, he received antibiotic therapy and bronchodilators. During his hospital stay he developed severe anemia and had an hematochezia event with no diarrhea. A(More)
Lipomatous tumors represent an unfrequent cause for upper aerodigestive tract neoplasms, specially concerning the palatine tonsils, that should be included in their differential diagnosis. A case of palatine tonsil lipoma in a 11 year-old girl is reported and a revision of the available literature and some considerations about this condition are provided.
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