International Journal of Rheumatology / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Histopathologic Overlap between Fibrosing Mediastinitis and IgG4-Related Disease

Table 1

Radiological, microbiological and histological characteristics of the 15 FM patients.

Age/genderHistological features of IgG4-RDChest radiologyHistoplasmosis/granulomatous diseaseHistological granulomatous inflammation

25/MDefiniteRight mediastinal massSuggestiveAbsent
32/MDefiniteCalcified left hilar massConclusivePresent
65/FDefiniteRight mediastinal massConclusivePresent
51/FAbsentCalcified left cervical and right hilar massConclusivePresent
31/FAbsentCalcified right mediastinal massSuggestiveAbsent
27/FAbsentCalcified right mediastinal massConclusivePresent
27/FAbsentDiffuse mediastinal infiltrationSuggestivePresent
48/FAbsentLeft mediastinal massSuggestivePresent
35/MAbsentCalcified bilateral hilar massesConclusivePresent
43/FAbsentRight mediastinal massNot availablePresent
44/MAbsentCalcified anterior mediastinal massNot availableAbsent
27/FAbsentCalcified right mediastinal massConclusivePresent
59/FAbsentCalcified right mediastinal massConclusivePresent
36/FAbsentCalcified right mediastinal massConclusiveAbsent
58/FAbsentCalcified right mediastinal massNot availableAbsent

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