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Castleman disease: an update on classification and the spectrum of associated lesions.
Multicentric Castleman disease, which was previously classified as LIP, is now considered to be related to hyper-interleukin 6.
* Castleman disease (CD) is a rare disease of lymph nodes and related tissues.
Rituximab and thalidomide combination therapy for Castleman disease. Br J Haematol 2012;158:421-3.
Castleman disease and associated autoimmune disease.
Other entities that can mimic an IgG4-RS include SSj, Castleman disease, eosinophilic granulomatosis with poliangiitis, sarcoidosis, and the Heerfordt syndrome, characterized by extrapulmonary manifestations, in which salivary glands and cervical lymph nodes are involved, and uveitis and facial nerve palsy can be present.
HHV8 related clinical manifestations range from Kaposi Sarcoma (KS), intracavity primary effusion lymphoma (PEL) and systemic multicentric Castleman disease (MCD).
Castleman disease with renal amyloidosis: imaging findings and clinical significance.
Hurley, "Cutaneous and systemic plasmacytosis in an Asian male born in the North American continent: A controversial entity potentially related to multicentric Castleman disease," Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, vol.
Other neoplastic lesions can cause cervical lymphadenopathy including Castleman disease and Kaposi sarcoma.
Castleman disease is a nontumoral lymphoproliferative disorder initially described by Castleman and Towne in 1954 [1] usually characterized as either unicentric (UCD) or multicentric Castleman disease (MCD).
Bower, "Fifty years of multicentric Castleman disease," Acta Oncol, vol.
In the adjacent lymph node parenchyma, small lymphocytes of some mantle zones were frequently arranged in concentric rings around the germinal center which was penetrated by a blood vessel "onion-skinning features," mimicking the Castleman disease (Figure 2).
Key Words: Lymph node, cervical lymphadenopathy, Hylization and Calcification, Castleman Disease.