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1.  Challenges in the Management of Giant Intraductal Breast Papilloma 
Clinical Case Reports  2014;3(1):7-10.
Key Clinical Message
The differential diagnosis of a large breast mass in a post-menopausal woman can include both benign and malignant etiologies. Although rare, diagnosis of giant intraductal papilloma must be considered in the differential. Furthermore, although benign, papillomas presenting as a large breast mass affecting the skin require extensive breast surgical treatment.
doi:10.1002/ccr3.116
PMCID: PMC4317201
Benign breast disease; breast neoplasm; intraductal papilloma; large breast mass
2.  Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Primary Progressive Aphasia 
Few studies have reported neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) in Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA), a neurodegenerative disorder that primarily affects the left hemisphere. Depression is associated with left-sided stroke, but it remains unclear if depression and other NPS are also associated with PPA. The authors compared the frequency of NPS in 55 cases of PPA with 110 cognitively normal persons matched for age, sex and education. Depression, apathy, agitation, anxiety, appetite change, and irritability are associated with PPA. Hallucinations, delusion and night time behavior were not associated with PPA.
doi:10.1176/appi.neuropsych.23.2.168
PMCID: PMC3204925  PMID: 21677245

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