In 11 cases,all are CD117 positive,7 are CD34 positive, 5 are SMA positive,none is positive in S-100.[Conclusion]The results suggest that the peritoneal or retroperitoneal stromal tumor is an especial kind of GIST,but it has its own clinical and pathological characteristics.
Methods Comparison was made between 11 patients with PBC/AIH overlap syndrome, 21 cases with type I AIH and 20 cases with PBC (Scheuer stage Ⅰ and Ⅱ), and the emphases was laid upon the clinical manifestations, pathological features and responses to therapy of the patients with PBC/AIH overlap syndrome.
Conclusion In this group the IgMN accounted for 8.4 % of patients in PGD,and the main manifestations of IgMN were NS (80.3 %). The pathologic features of IgMN was that IgMN deposited diffusely in mesenteric area by IF.
Objective:To explore the relationship between the expressions of tumor metastasis suppressor gene nm 23 and tumor suppressor gene p16 and the pathologic features and the development of ovarian epithelial tumors.
The frequencies of mutations, loss of heterozygosity, and methylation did not correlate with clinical features of CCRC or pathological characteristics of the tumor.
The clinical pathological characteristics were analyzed.
The stain results were obtained by analyzing the clinic-pathological characteristics of patients.
The clinical features, in particular proximal contractures, distal hyperextensibility, mild dysmorphism and hyperhidrosis, allow recognition of this subtype of congenital muscular dystrophy, which has no specific pathological characteristics.
This paper deals with the immuno-pathological characteristics of tick-borne encephalitis.
Clinical and pathological features were investigated and the optimal treatment protocol was proposed.
The clinical and pathological features of encephalitis associated with a carcinoma in the absence of cerebral metastases are described as occurring in a 54-year-old man with a bronchial carcinoma and a 59-year-old woman with an ovarian cancer.
Clinical and pathological features of an adult variant of adreno-leukodystrophy (ALD) are presented.
The clinical and pathological features of an unusually diffuse and histologically uniform case of gliomatosis cerebri are presented.
These data indicate severe pontine atrophy, fourth ventricular dilatation with mild involvement of the cerebellum and correlate well with the common pathological features of Joseph disease.