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Pulmonary lymphomatoid granulomatosis in a 4-year-old girl. Lymphomatoid granulomatosis is a rare lymphoproliferative disease associated with the Epstein-Barr virus that commonly affects the lung. There is limited literature on cases of pediatric lymphomatoid granulomatosis.

Half of all cases of lymphomatoid granulomatosis develop during the treatment of leukemia.

Herein, we describe a proctplogico of lymphomatoid granulomatosis in a previously healthy child without leukemia. Granulomatous Slack Skin and Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis.

Granulomatous cutaneous T-cell lymphomas CTCL and lymphomatoid granulomatosis are considered granulomatous lymphoproliferative disorders. The most common types of granulomatous CTCL are granulomatous mycosis fungoides and granulomatous slack skin.

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Lymphomatoid granulomatosis is a rare Epstein-Barr virus driven lymphoproliferative disorder. This article reviews the etiopathogenesis, clinical presentation, systemic associations, and management of both granulomatous slack skin syndrome and eamen granulomatosis.

Clinical, imaging and histopathological features of isolated CNS lymphomatoid granulomatosis. Central nervous system involvement occurs as part of systemic disease. Isolated central nervous system disease is rare with only few case reports. A year-old male presented with progressive cognitive decline, extrapyramidal features, and altered sensorium with seizures over the last 4 years.

Brain biopsy showed atypical lymphohistiocytic infiltrate suggestive of lymphomatoid granulomatosis. There was no evidence of systemic disease; thus, isolated proctokogico nervous system lymphomatoid granulomatosis was diagnosed. Orbital lymphomatoid granulomatosis – proctollogico rare cause of proptosis. A 1-year-old girl with unilateral proptosis was found to have primary orbital lymphomatoid granulomatosis – a condition rarely occurring in children.

This multisystem angiocentric, angiodestructive, lymphoproliferative disease typically involves the lungs, with ocular involvement being extremely uncommon. Our case serves to illustrate the imaging findings of this unusual condition and highlight a rare cause of proptosis.

Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Immunohistochemical examination results were received: The postoperative period was uneventful. Sutures are removed, the wound healed by primary intention. Further treatment in Minsk Belarus is planned. A Rare Proctolgoico of a Rare Disease: Full Text Available A year-old female presented with a 4-week history of dry cough and wheezing.

Chest radiograph showed a Computed tomography scan CT of the chest showed a right hilar mass encasing and narrowing right upper lobe bronchus and right mainstem bronchus and secondary atelectatic changes. Biopsy was consistent with a diagnosis of lymphomatoid granulomatosis Grade 3. She responded well clinically and radiologically to therapy. Lymphomatoid granulomatosis is a rare EBV-associated disorder which is considered a lymphoproliferative disease.

The most common radiographic feature is multiple lung nodules. An isolated hilar mass is an exceptionally rare presentation of this rare disease. Pulmonary lymphomatoid granulomatosis in seven dogs Seven dogs with pulmonary lymphomatoid granulomatosis were reviewed.

The disease occurred in six large-breed and one small-breed dogs. The dogs were rxamen to 14 years old examdn, 8. Three dogs had been previously treated with adulticide therapy for canine dirofilariasis.


Clinical histories included a progressive respiratory disease characterized by exame degrees of cough, dyspnea, exercise intolerance, and weight loss. Thoracic radiographic features included hilar lymphadenopathy, pulmonary masses of varying sizes, and mixed pulmonary patterns of lobar consolidation with ill-defined interstitial proctopogico alveolar pulmonary infiltrates.

Cardiovascular changes compatible with chronic dirofilariasis were present in three dogs. Exwmen clinical course was usually progressive and fatal.

The survival time ranged from six days to four years mean, Gross and histologic features included mass lesions with areas of necrosis that replaced normal pulmonary architecture. Cytologically, these proctologgico were characterized by infiltration with pleomorphic, angioinvasive mononuclear cells that often resulted in vascular obliteration. The infiltrating cells resembled large lymphoid cells that possessed large hyperchromatic nuclei and small amounts of cytoplasm. Systemic lymphoid neoplasia with peripheral lymphadenopathy was diagnosed in two dogs.

In both cases, lymph-node cytology was similar to the cellular infiltrates found in the lungs and consistent with a diagnosis of lymphomatoid granulomatosis.

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These features are compared with previously reported cases of canine lymphomatoid granulomatosis and those features identified in a similar disease described in man. Between andfour patients with pathologically proven pulmonary LG and chest CT were identified.

Pulmonary nodules or masses with peribronchovascular, subpleural, and lower lung zonal preponderance were present in all patients. Central low attenuation 4 of 4 patientsground-glass halo 3 of 4 patientsand peripheral enhancement 4 of 4 patients were observed in these nodules and masses. An air-bronchogram and cavitation were seen in three of four patients.

Pulmonary LG presents with nodules and masses with a lymphatic distribution, as would be expected for a lymphoproliferative disease. Peripheral enhancement and ground-glass halo, in particular, are valuable characteristic not previously reported that can help radiologists suggest the diagnosis of pulmonary LG. Lymphomatoid granulomatosis of central nervous system and lung driven by epstein barr virus proliferation: We report the case of a year-old man who presented with fever and respiratory symptoms.

Computed tomography showed multiple nodules in both lung fields. Shortly after initiation of treatment with agressive chemotherapy, neurological deterioration appeared. Treatment prkctologico intravenous rituximab led to rapid reduction of EBV load in CSF, along with clinical and radiological improvement.

After completion of treatment with immunochemotherapy, an autologous stem cell transplantation was performed. Patient stays in remission 18 months after diagnosis. Full Text Available Advanced pulmonary disease is an unusual consequence of the intravenous exwmen of oral medications, usually developing over a period of several examenn. A number of patients with this condition have undergone lung transplantation for respiratory failure.

However, a history of drug abuse is often considered to be a contraindication to transplantation in the context of limited donor resources.

A patient with pulmonary talc granulomatosis secondary to intravenous methylphenidate injection who underwent successful lung transplantation and subsequently presented with recurrence of the underlying disease in the transplanted lung 18 months after transplantation is reported. Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis typically occurs in middle age, but is found in people of all ages.

In the past few A Case of Lymphomatoid Keratosis. Lymphomatoid keratosis LK is considered to be a rare variant of cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, with epidermotropism.


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We herein report a case of LK which developed on the abdomen of an elderly Korean woman. A year-old woman presented with a year history of a prroctologico, solitary, brown to black plaque on the abdomen. Histopathologically, the specimen showed hyperkeratosis, parakeratosis, acanthosis and Pautrier’s micro-abscess in the epidermis, and a lichenoid infiltration of lymphocytes in the dermis, which expressed both B cell and T cell lineage on the immune-histochemical staining.

Based on these clinical and histopathological findings, our case was diagnosed as LK. To our knowledge, this is the first case report of LK in the Korean dermatologic literature. To review the recent medical literature with regard to the etiopathogenic and clinical aspects of the Wegeners Granulomatosis WGWe carried out a search in the Medline database that comprises topics related with etiology, epidemiology, pathology, and clinical aspect of WG. Then we got the articles. Some bibliographical references of these articles were considered fundamental for pgoctologico objectives and we decided to get it too.

The articles were classified according to their objectives and execution strategies, as they were revisions, original articles or cases report. We proceeded to their reading and analysis, for the later elaboration of the revision. We made a selection of information based in the following model: WG is an infrequent disease The pathogenic and the therapeutic aspects are motives of recent and important advances in the medicine research, specially the state of the knowledge of antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies ANCAs and therapeutic tools which had decrease the mortality of this disease.

Pituitary granulomatosis with polyangiitis. Granulomatosis with polyangiitis GPA is a small vessel vasculitis that can affect several organs, most commonly the respiratory tract and kidneys.

Pituitary involvement is exceptionally rare. Most case reports of GPA of the pituitary gland have wxamen described in middle-aged women who have concomitant ears, nose and throat involvement. The most frequent manifestation is diabetes insipidus examfn to a preponderance of posterior pituitary infiltration. The majority of cases sustain permanent dama Wegener’s granulomatosis WG is a severe and potentially lethal granulomatosis.

Even though no specific radiological criteria exist, CT may suggest the correct diagnosis at an early stage.

Recent improvement in the prognosis is related to earlier diagnosis, allowing the initiation of efficient and specific treatment before any severe complications occur. We reviewed a series of WG cases in order to establish the CT diagnostic criteria.

Wegener’s granulomatosis in childhood. The authors reviewed the medical histories and radiological examinations of five pediatric patients with a histologic diagnosis of Wegener’s granulomatosis WG seen over a six year period in whom a total of 22 thoracic CT scans were performed. Involvement of both the upper and lower respiratory tracts was seen in all patients at presentation. One patient had subglottic stenosis necessitating tracheotomy.

Pulmonary hemorrhage occurred in three patients at initial proctolohico. Classic cavitary lung nodules were seen in two patients – one at initial presentation, the other at relapse.


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