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Obscure anaemia and hepatic dysfunction in Castleman's disease.
  1. T Featherstone,
  2. A P Bayliss,
  3. S W Ewen,
  4. P W Brunt,
  5. A A Dawson
  1. Department of Radiology, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.


    A case is reported illustrating a rare and puzzling cause of long standing anaemia and abnormal liver function tests. The diagnosis of Castleman's disease came to light only after an adrenal mass was noted during ultrasound examination. Removal of the mass led to a rapid reversal of all the abnormalities.

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