pseudotumor


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pseudotumor

n pseudotumor or seudotumor m; — cerebri pseudotumor or seudotumor cerebral
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Elastofibroma dorsi is a benign slow growing connective tissue pseudotumor first described by Jarvi and Saxen in 1961.
Pseudotumor resulting from atypical mycobacterial infection: a "histoid" variety of Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare complex infection.
Brucellosis presenting as pseudotumor cerebri is very rare.
3%) with pseudotumor cerebri (PTC), and 2 eyes (1 patient) (0.
Idiopathic orbital pseudotumor is characterized by the presence of non-granulomatous inflammation in the eye without a known systemic or local reason.
Pathologic involvement beyond the cavernous sinus, superior orbital fissure, or apex of the orbit occurs rarely, and the disorder is part of a continuum with idiopathic orbital pseudotumor, with which it shares histopathology features.
The intraoperative findings suggested that the left renal artery pseudoaneurysm had ruptured into the small intestine to form an intestinal pseudotumor, which caused the gastrointestinal bleeding.
Several drugs used to treat acne fulminans have been linked to pseudotumor cerebri syndrome, the experts cautioned.
Focal myositis is an uncommon, self-limiting, benign skeletal muscle disease, which is generally determined as an inflammatory pseudotumor.
Nasopharyngeal inflammatory pseudotumor (NIPT) is hard to differentiate from infiltrating nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) on conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Other common presentations include Riedel's thyroiditis, autoimmune pancreatitis, sclerosing cholangitis, sialadenitis, dacryoadenitis, periaortitis, an eosinophilic rash, and pseudotumor of the lung, lymph nodes, or orbits.