Thymic pseudotumorous enlargement due to follicular hyperplasia in a human immunodeficiency virus sero-positive patient. Immunohistochemical and molecular biological study of viral infected cells.

@article{Prvt1992ThymicPE,
  title={Thymic pseudotumorous enlargement due to follicular hyperplasia in a human immunodeficiency virus sero-positive patient. Immunohistochemical and molecular biological study of viral infected cells.},
  author={Sophie Pr{\'e}v{\^o}t and Jos{\'e}e Audouin and J. Andre-Bougaran and R{\'e}my Griffais and Agn{\`e}s Le Tourneau and J. G. Fournier and Jacques Diebold},
  journal={American journal of clinical pathology},
  year={1992},
  volume={97 3},
  pages={420-5}
}
An enlargement of the thymus suggesting a tumor was discovered in a 28-year-old man who had early-stage acquired immune deficiency syndrome. A biopsy was performed. The adipose involuted thymus, with persistence of many Hassall's corpuscles, was judged to be a large lymphoid follicular hyperplasia. This follicular hyperplasia was similar to that previously… CONTINUE READING