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  • Penile melanoma: a 20-Year analysis of six patients at the National Cancer Institute of Peru, Lima. [Case Reports]
    Ecancermedicalscience 2017; 11:731Jabiles AG, Del Mar EY, … Deza CMM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Penile melanoma prognosis depends on the initial clinical stage of the disease. The risk of lymphatic involvement seems to be related to the same risk factors used to assess cutaneous melanoma. Clinicians can thus assess penile melanoma using the AJCC staging system. The use of sentinel lymph node biopsy to determine staging is also becoming more common and could replace prophylactic bilateral inguinal dissection.
  • Case 219: Pelvic Actinomycosis Mimicking Malignant Tumor. [Case Reports]
    Radiology 2015; 276(1):304-8Morland D, Hassler S
  • A 53-year-old woman presented with a 3-month history of left inguinocrural and lumbar pain and anorexia with weight loss. No fever was reported. The patient had no prior pelvic surgery. Physical examination revealed a palpable nontender mass in the left groin area. There was no bloody or purulent discharge. Laboratory findings revealed inflammation with an increased C-reactive protein level (127 …
  • Pemphigus vegetans of the folds (intertriginous areas). [Review]
    Clin Dermatol 2015 Jul-Aug; 33(4):471-6Ruocco V, Ruocco E, … Lo Schiavo A
  • Pemphigus vegetans (P Veg), the rarest form of pemphigus, is thought to be a variant of pemphigus vulgaris (PV). Classically, two subtypes of P Veg are recognized: (1) Neumann P Veg, which usually begins as PV with vesicles and bullae that rupture to form hypertrophic granulating erosions, then evolving into vegetating exuding masses; (2) Hallopeau P Veg, initially characterized by pustular lesio…
  • Development of functionally patent lymphatic meshes in postsurgical long-term resolution of peripheral secondary lymphedema. [Journal Article]
    J Vasc Surg Venous Lymphat Disord 2013; 1(3):280-8Mukenge S, Negrini D, … Ferla G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Long-term postsurgical recovery from severe secondary lymphedema requires canalizing the lymphatic collectors along their original flow pattern and developing perianastomotic meshes. Because this phenomenon can be observed with the same characteristics in different tissues, such as the spermatic cord and the inguinocrural, inguinoscrotal, inguinotesticular, and brachial regions, the development of meshes seems to reflect a generalized phenomenon of local lymphangiogenesis triggered by the microsurgical procedure.
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