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Case Report  |   Volume 3, Issue 2

Axillary Castleman's Disease: A Rare Case Report

Marco Andolfi, Riccardo Girotto, Nicolò Schicchi, Gaia Goteri and Majed Refai

Castleman's Disease (CD) is a rare benign lymphoproliferative disorder of uncertain origin which most commonly involves the mediastinum but rarely affects the axilla. We report a case of voluminous axillary unicentral CD, detected due to palpation of a painless mass in the left axilla in a healthy 32-year-old woman.

  PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2572-3235.1510029

Case Report  |   Volume 3, Issue 2

A Rare Case of IPMN Arising from Heterotopic Pancreatic Tissue and Gastroenteric Congenital Anomalies

Michaela Cellina, Marcello Alessandro Orsi, Chiara Floridi, Giulia Van Der Byl and Giancarlo Oliva

We report a rare case of double Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasm with multiple foci of adenocarcinoma originating from duodenal and gastric heterotopic pancreatic tissue, associated with gastric duplication and intestinal malrotation.

  PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2572-3235/1510028

Research Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 2

Molecular Magnetic Resonance and Ultra Sound Imaging of Tumor Angiogenesis

Marie Poirier-Quinot, Ingrid Leguerney, Ludovic De Rochefort, Stéphanie Pitre-Champagnat, Xavier Violas, Sandra Robin, Rose-Marie Dubuisson, Jean-Christophe Ginefri, Philippe Robert, Luc Darrasse and Nathalie Lassau

Seeking out and identifying imaging biomarkers for early cancer diagnosis and the evaluation of patient response to therapy requires an improvement in the specificity of imaging techniques. This study explores in vivo neo-angiogenesis assessment using molecular mechanisms through target molecular Magnetic Resonance (MR) and Ultrasound (US).

  PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2572-3235/1510027

Research Article  |   Volume 3, Issue 2

Ultrasound Can Accurately Diagnose Fibroadenomas in Women Less Than 35 Years

Mustafa Khanbhai, Rita Borgen and Richard Dobrashian

Best practice guidelines suggest that patients < 25 years with ultrasound diagnosis of fibroadenoma, biopsy can be avoided if certain radiological criteria are satisfied. There is a cohort of patients < 35 years with ultrasound features suggestive of fibroadenoma who are being exposed to unnecessary biopsies.

  PDF   |    Full Text | DOI: 10.23937/2572-3235.1510026