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Monday, March 5, 2012
The rare case of laryngeal lesion in idiopathic (classic) Kaposi's sarcoma
The rare case of laryngeal lesion in idiopathic (classic) Kaposi's sarcoma.
[Article in Russian]
[No authors listed]
The case report of laryngeal Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) in 59 year old HIV-negative man infected by herpes virus 8 (HHV-8) is in the paper. The primary onset of KS was on the legs. Lesion of laryngeal mucosa was developed sequentially, resulted in laryngeal stenosis and led to application of tracheostome. The skin and laryngeal mucosa lesions had homotypic histological structure and corresponded to early manifestation of KS preceded tumor node appearance.
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