amyloidoma

am·y·loi·do·ma

(am'il-oyd-ō'ma),
A tumor within which amyloid is produced.
[amyloid + G. -oma,tumor]
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Localized amyloidosis, also known as amyloidoma, entails local amyloid accumulation in the extracellular compartments of tissues, resulting in nodular masses.
Percutaneous biopsy of the dominant intrathoracic and abdominal wall masses demonstrated congo red staining with apple-green birefringence under polarized light, large amyloid deposits with focal calcifications, and evidence of fibrosis--findings consistent with amyloidoma. The masses were surgically excised with the following findings: The intrathoracic mass was firmly attached to the chest wall at the level of the 10th rib and the left lower lobe.
Shimer, "Primary cervical amyloidoma: A case report and review of the literature," The Spine Journal, vol.
Akiyama et al., "Primary pulmonary mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma combined with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and amyloidoma in the lung," Journal of Nippon Medical School, vol.
Amended Diagnosis Discoverer Downgraded diagnoses 1 DCIS in sclerosing Pathologist adenosis 2 (a) DCIS in sclerosing Pathologist adenosis 3 DCIS in sclerosing Pathologist adenosis Upgraded diagnoses 4 IDC Pathologist 5 IDC, DCIS Pathologist 6 IDC, DCIS Pathologist 7 DCIS with Pathologist microinvasion 8 Microinvasive Pathologist lobular carcinoma 9 IDC, DCIS Pathologist 10 Micrometastatic Pathologist carcinoma Changed diagnoses 11 ADH in complex Pathologist sclerosing lesion 12 Severe ADH Pathologist 13 DLBCL Pathologist 14 Amyloidoma Pathologist Mechanism of Time to Case No.
There are a few differential considerations for the imaging appearance of lingual osseous choristomas, including tonsilloliths, amyloidoma, and extraskeletal osteosarcoma.
(10.) Hegarty JL, Rao VM: Amyloidoma of the nasopharynx: CT and MR findings.
Multiple myeloma--associated solitary epidural amyloidoma of C2-C3 without bony connection or myelopathy: case report and review of literature.
Therefore, when a mass is detected in the intestines of a patient with FMF, it is important to remember that amyloidoma could be the cause.
Nodular pulmonary amyloidosis, also known as nodular parenchymal amyloidosis or nodular amyloidoma, is defined as 1 or more tumefactive amyloid deposits involving the lungs.
(7.) Lopez Amado M, Lorenzo Patino MJ, Lopez Blanco G, Arnal Monreal E Giant primary amyloidoma of the tonsil.