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  • Hodgkin's Lymphoma as a Multiloculated Lung Cavity Lesion. [Journal Article]
  • GJGulf J Oncolog 2017; 1(24):61-65
  • Al-Osail AM, Al-Saif HS, … Al-Hajri SM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pulmonary manifestation of Hodgkin's lymphoma has already been reported and must be part of the differential diagnosis of lung cavity lesions, even if the likelihood is low based on previous reports, especially in younger individuals. Multiloculated lung cavities can be the first presentation of Hodgkin's lymphoma.
  • Necrotizing pneumonia: an emerging problem in children? [Review]
  • PPneumonia (Nathan) 2017; 9:11
  • Masters IB, Isles AF, Grimwood K
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is important to consider that our understanding of NP is limited to individual case reports or small case series, and treatment data from randomized-controlled trials are lacking. Furthermore, case series are retrospective and usually confined to single centers. Consequently, these studies may not be representative of patients in other locations, especially when allowing for temporal changes in pathogen behaviour and differences in immunization schedules and antibiotic prescribing practices.
  • [The clinical characteristics of pulmonary benign metastasizing leiomyoma]. [Journal Article]
  • ZNZhonghua Nei Ke Za Zhi 2017 Jul 01; 56(7):490-494
  • Wang HP, Shi JH, Zhang L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although CT findings of PBML are similar to malignancies, the clinical outcome is good. Despite the positive expression of ER and PR, the effectiveness of hormone related treatment is limited. And periodical follow up is suggested even to those uneventful patients.
  • CT findings in 11 patients with TAFRO syndrome: a variant of multicentric Castleman's disease. [Journal Article]
  • CRClin Radiol 2017; 72(10):905.e1-905.e5
  • Kiguchi T, Sato C, … Matsuki M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study revealed that the findings of anasarca, organomegaly, and diffuse bony ground-glass appearance were observed in detail on CT in patients with TAFRO syndrome. A "matted" appearance of the enlarged anterior mediastinum is the characteristic CT finding of TAFRO syndrome, and it is possible to diagnose TAFRO syndrome from the combination of several CT findings.
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