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US-based non-profit organisation The Castleman Disease Collaborative Network has forged a collaboration with US-based healthcare company Johnson and Johnson's (NYSE: JNJ) Janssen Research and Development, LLC business to conduct a proteomics study of idiopathic multicentric Castleman disease, the group said.
8 Kinoshita T, Ishii K, Mori Y, et al: Castleman disease in the anterior neck: The role of Ga-67 scintigraphy.
Castleman disease mimicked pancreatic carcinoma: report of two cases.
The clinical behavior of localized and multicentric Castleman disease.
Clinical analysis of Castleman Disease (hyaline vascular type) in parotid and neck region.
We evaluated 2 patients with Castleman disease of the neck.
However NHL arising in Castleman disease is not infrequent and classically presents with enlarging lymph nodes and massive splenomegaly.
Other differential diagnosis of an anterior mediastinal mass, which one could consider include a thymoma, thymic carcinoma, lymphoma especially the nodular sclerosing subtype of Hodgkin's disease which has a predilection for the anterior mediastinum and Castleman disease which is an uncommon entity in which giant lymph node hyperplasia involves the thorax in 70% of patients.
Skin biopsy was compatible with Kaposi sarcoma, and inguinal lymph node biopsy was reported as Castleman disease.
To the Editor: Human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8), or Kaposi sarcoma--associated herpesvirus, is associated with malignant disorders such as Kaposi sarcoma, primary effusion lymphoma, and multicentric Castleman disease.
HHV-8 is associated with a plasmablastic variant of Castleman disease that is linked to HHV-8-positive plasmablastic lymphoma.
The following chapters focus on specific cytokines and their seemingly contradictory role in prevention and treatment of some forms of cancer, as proved in human trials, and how cytokines work within such conditions as multicentric Castleman disease and multiple myeloma.
Summary: Castleman Disease is a rare B-cell lymphoproliferation disorder occurring in several forms.