Enfermedad de Castleman, un diagnóstico diferencial que no se debe olvidar en los tumores de mediastino: Caso clínico

Rev. méd. Chile 2014; 142 (6): 782-785

Autor(es):

Enrique Bellolio J
Óscar Tapia
Mª José Iriarte C

Mediastinal Castleman’s disease: Report of one case

AbstractResumen

Castleman’s disease is an uncommon lymphoproliferative disorder which can be unicentric or multicentric. Hialine vascular variant is the most common pathologic form, which is usually unicentric and presenting as mediastinal tumors. We report a 31-year-old female with a history of retrosternal pain. A chest CAT sean showed a tumor in the posterior mediastinum. The patient was operated and the tumor excised. The pathology report showed a Castleman’s disease. No other tumors were found in the patient, who had a favorable evolution.


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