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TO THE EDITOR When performing scholarly work or attempting to publish manuscripts in academia, authors generally collaborate with others whom they know or, at a minimum, have been introduced to and have an established professional relationship with, either directly or indirectly based on mutual...
In 1665, Robert Hooke, a British Renaissance man, looked at a piece of cork through a rudimentary microscope and observed that it comprised “a great many little boxes.” Hooke termed these “boxes” (plant walls, in fact) as “cells” from cella, Latin for “small room,” since the structures reminded...
ObjectivesEpithelioid angiomyolipoma (EAML, perivascular epithelioid cell tumor) is an uncommon primary renal tumor that may recur or metastasize, although there remain limited data for prediction of these outcomes. Here, we report two cases of renal EAML with molecular testing, adding to the...
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