Pituicytoma with atypical histological features: are they predictive of unfavourable clinical course?

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signs and symptoms at the time of presentation may vary, with haemoptysis, dyspnoea and cough being the most common. Patients may also present with pulmonary haemorrhage including haemothorax and other general symptoms such as night sweats and weight loss. Radiological presentation can also vary with often unspecific findings: angiosarcoma of the lung may… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/PAT.0b013e32834687b3

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@article{Zunarelli2011PituicytomaWA, title={Pituicytoma with atypical histological features: are they predictive of unfavourable clinical course?}, author={Elena Zunarelli and Giovanni Luca Casaretta and Borislav Chavdarov Rusev and M. P. Costantino Lupi}, journal={Pathology}, year={2011}, volume={43 4}, pages={389-94} }