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Solitary metastasis to the penis from prostate adenocarcinoma - a case report by Hui Lin Wong et al.

Published: 2019 Dec
Issue: 13(12) :: Pages: 20-28


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Abstract: Penile metastasis from prostate adenocarcinoma is rare and the disease is usually disseminated at presentation. We present a case of an 83-year-old man with solitary metastasis to the penis from prostate adenocarcinoma. The clinical presentation and imaging features of penile metastasis from prostate cancer and the other primary penile tumors are discussed.


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Extramedullary multiple myeloma with central nervous system and multiorgan involvement: Case report and literature review by Weiyong Lee et al.

Published: 2019 Dec
Issue: 13(12) :: Pages: 1-12


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Abstract: Multiple myeloma is a hematologic malignancy due to monoclonal plasma cell proliferation. It is usually confined to the bone marrow, although extramedullary involvement is known to occur in almost any organ system; myelomatous spread to the central nervous system is a rare manifestation of myeloma. Extramedullary disease is thought to be related to hematogenous spread when myeloma cells show decreased cell surface receptor expression, allowing cells to escape from the bone marrow. Disease outside of the bone marrow generally indicates a poor prognosis; central nervous system involvement is associated with a median prognosis of less than 6 months, thereby requiring more aggressive treatment paradigms. We herein describe an unusual case of a patient with extramedullary multiple myeloma with central nervous system and multiorgan involvement. Despite an aggressive treatment strategy, the patient died a few months later after the initial diagnosis. The etiology, diagnostic criteria, clinical presentation, radiological features and differential diagnosis of this patient with extramedullary multiple myeloma are discussed here. The current treatment strategies are also briefly discussed.


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Neurobrucellosis in a 9-year-old girl by Alireza Aziz-Ahari et al.

Published: 2019 Dec
Issue: 13(12) :: Pages: 13-19


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Abstract: Brucellosis is a zoonotic multi-organ infectious disease most frequent in developing countries. Neurobrucellosis a quite rare but serious complication of brucellosis in the pediatric age group manifests with different neurological symptoms and signs. In the present case a 9-year-old girl was referred to our centre with a 9-months history of headache and back pain, facial nerve palsy and right upper limb weakness. She had undergone ventriculoperitoneal shunting surgery due to communicating hydrocephalus. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a spinal extramedullary intradural mass, two epidural collections in the cervical spine and thickening/abnormal enhancement in the basal cisterns with invasion to medulla and pons. The patient`s serum and cerebrospinal serologic tests were found positive for brucellosis. The patient was successfully treated by anti-brucella antibiotic therapy.


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