Pelvic Castleman's Disease Presenting as an Ovarian Mass.

Abstract

Castleman’s disease is an uncommon disease with poorly understood etiopathogenesis. It was described by Benjamin Castleman in 1954. It commonly occurs in the mediastinal nodes. Virtually any lymphnodal area can be affected. Extranodal involvement is rare and occurs in the lung, pancreas, breast, adrenals, and muscle. Castleman’s disease rarely occurs in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13224-012-0329-3

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