Atypical monoclonal plasma cell hyperplasia: its identity and treatment. Case report.

@article{Hsiang1996AtypicalMP,
  title={Atypical monoclonal plasma cell hyperplasia: its identity and treatment. Case report.},
  author={John N. K. Hsiang and H. K. S. Ng and Wai Sang Poon},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={85 4},
  pages={697-700}
}
Atypical monoclonal plasma cell hyperplasia, like plasma cell granuloma, is an inflammatory pseudotumor. Both are extremely rare in the central nervous system. Atypical monoclonal plasma cell hyperplasia is a recently identified neuropathological entity described by Weidenheim, et al., in 1989. A second case of this disease entity is now reported. The histological findings that differentiate this lesion from plasma cell granuloma, plasmacytoma, and meningioma are discussed. The present case… CONTINUE READING