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tubaric carcinoma

Andrea Porzionato, Veronica Macchi, Luisa Barzon, Giulia Masi, Maurizio Iacobone, Anna Parenti, Giorgio Palù, Raffaele De Caro
Parafibromin is a protein encoded by the HRPT2 oncosuppressor gene, whose mutation causes the hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumour syndrome, characterized by the occurrence of parathyroid adenoma or carcinoma, fibro-osseous jaw tumours, and renal neoplastic and non-neoplastic abnormalities. Non-morphological techniques, such as Northern and Western blotting and reverse transcriptase-PCR, indicate that parafibromin is ubiquitously expressed, but extensive immunohistochemical studies have not been performed. To increase our knowledge of the distribution and patterns of expression of parafibromin, we examined its expression and location in many different mouse and human organs by immunohistochemistry...
December 2006: Journal of Anatomy
Peggy Molina Vargas, Vivian Cruz Minoli, Rocío Morales Gómez, Germán Carreto Chávez, Laura Gabriela Ceniceros Franco, Guillermo Rocha del Valle
Initially described by Buchbinder and Lipkoff in 1929, esplenosis is the transplant of the splenic heterotopy weave in the abdominal cavity. It is observed after the splenic traumatic rupture and appendectomy. It occurs also during the embryonic development. The most frequent places where it takes place are: the intrathoraxic cavity, intraperitoneal, retroperitoneo, and brain. Although the presence of this ectopic splenic weave is symptomatic, this pathology can be evident by pain in the pelvis or it can be confused with other pathologies such as hemangiomas of intestine, and endometriosis including metastasis carcinoma...
March 2004: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
C J Sindic, M Andersson, D Boucquey, M P Chalon, M Bisteau, J M Brucher, E C Laterre
The serum and CSF of two women with a severe subacute pancerebellar syndrome contained high titers of antibodies directed against antigens present in the perikaryon of Purkinje cells. In Western blots performed on human Purkinje cells extracts these antibodies reacted with two groups of proteins the molecular weights of which were estimated to 34-38 and 62 kilodaltons (anti-Yo antibodies). Complementary investigations revealed a tubar adenocarcinoma in the first case, an ovarian carcinoma in the second. The tubar tumoral cells also contained the protein of the highest molecular weight...
1993: Acta Neurologica Belgica
L C Horn, K Bilek, G Pretzsch, D Baier
Hydatidiform moles and chorionic carcinomas associated with ectopic pregnancy are extremely rare. We report on three cases of non-metastatic GTD after tubar pregnancy of low and medium risk in the WHO prognostic score and FIGO-stage II in each case. Two of them required several courses of (poly-) chemotherapy to reach complete remission (CR). The follow-up was on average 36.6 months, without any metastases and recurrences. One woman was delivered of a healthy infant. All cases were surgically treated with extirpation of the affected adnexa...
June 1994: Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
L Resta, G De Benedictis, M D Scordari, E Orlando, V Borraccino, F Milillo
Surface ovarian epithelium and that of related inclusion cysts were comparatively studied in two groups of patients: one group of 50 non-pregnant women without myometrial, endometrial, or cervical hyperplasia and/or neoplasia; a second group of 50 women surgically treated for endometrial cancer and without evidence of ovarian pathology. Papillomatosis, hyperplasia and tubaric, squamoid, endometrioid and mucinous metaplasia were more frequently present in ovarian surface epithelium or in related inclusion cysts in patients with endometrial carcinoma...
June 30, 1987: Tumori
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