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ALLMedicine™ Unicentric Castleman Disease Center

Research & Reviews  40 results

Unicentric castleman disease located in the left popliteal fossa: a case report.
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders; Lv H, Zhao H

Mar 25th, 2022 - Castleman disease (CD) is a lymphoproliferative disease of unknown etiology, it can affect any lymph nodes of the body but rarely affects the popliteal fossa. We present a 67-year-old woman with touching solitary painless mass in the left poplitea...

Castleman disease and TAFRO syndrome.
Annals of Hematology; Masaki Y, Arita K et. al.

Jan 20th, 2022 - Although Castleman disease was first described in 1956, this disease includes various conditions, including unicentric Castleman disease with hyaline vascular histology, human herpesvirus-8 (HHV-8) related multicentric Castleman disease, idiopathi...

A multidisciplinary collaborative model based on single-port thoracoscopy for the treat...
The Journal of International Medical Research; Gu H, Liu T et. al.

Dec 18th, 2021 - Mediastinal unicentric Castleman disease (UCD) frequently manifests as a hyper-enhancing lymph node mass and is often surgically curable. However, because of excessive vascularisation and adhesion to important surrounding structures, surgery is of...

Castleman Disease Clinical Presentation

Nov 24th, 2021 - History and Physical Examination The three types of Castleman disease can each cause a variety of signs and symptoms. Unicentric Castleman disease (UCD) is generally asymptomatic but may present as follows: Localized lymphadenopathy with resultant...

Castleman Disease Treatment & Management

Nov 24th, 2021 - Approach Considerations Treatment varies depending on the subtype of Castleman disease. Unicentric Castleman disease For unicentric Castleman disease (UCD), surgical removal of the enlarged lymph node is usually curative and is considered the gold...

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News  3 results

Unicentric Castleman disease disguised as a pancreatic neoplasm
Andrew McGregor et al

Dec 22nd, 2016 - Castleman disease or angiofollicular lymph node hyperplasia is an uncommon cause of an incidental abdominal mass found on imaging. The etiology of Castleman disease is relatively unknown, however, it is thought to be primarily associated with an o.

David Henry's JCSO podcast, December 2016

Dec 21st, 2016 - In the December podcast for The Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology, Dr David Henry discusses a round-up and review by Linda Bosserman, an Editor on the Journal, of the 2016 oncology landscape – from new therapy approvals, to practice pat.

Castleman Disease
Harjot Kaur, MD, Zhifu Xiang, MD, PhD et. al.

Sep 2nd, 2015 - Castleman disease (CD) is a rare nonclonal lymphoproliferative disorder, also known as angiofollicular lymph-node hyperplasia or giant node hyperplasia. It was first reported in 1954 and in 1956 described by Benjamin Castleman, MD, in a case serie.

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Patient Education  2 results

Castleman disease - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

Aug 1st, 2020 - Overview Castleman disease is a rare disorder that involves an overgrowth of cells in your body's lymph nodes. The most common form of the disorder affects a single lymph node (unicentric Castleman disease), usually in the chest or abdomen. Multic...

Castleman Disease: Symptoms, Causes, Tr

Mar 6th, 2019 - Overview Lymphatic system What is Castleman disease? Castleman disease, or Castleman syndrome, refers to a group of rare disorders involving an overgrowth of cells in the body’s lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is made up of lymph nodes (als...

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