Published in Cancer Weekly, December 16th, 2003
In the Annals de Pathologie, scientists in France described "two cases of early Kaposi sarcoma illustrating the risk of misdiagnosis."
"Both lesions showed histological features and clinical aspects that mimicked lymphangioendothelioma," according to V. Audard and coauthors at Hopital Necker-Enfants Malades. "The diagnosis of lymphangioma-like Kaposi sarcoma was not made until a few years later, after the lesions had become more extensive and bilateral."
"Because of this evolution which is uncommon for a...
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