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Liebow-Carrington disease

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Symptoms and signs are those of Wegener’s syndrome, without renal complication.

See also:
Carrington-Liebow syndrome, a limited form of Wegener’s granulomatosis, under C. B. Carrington.

Wegener's granulomatosis, or arteritis-pulmonary-nephropathy syndrome, under Friedrich Wegener, German pathologist, 1907-1990.


  • A. A. Liebow, C. B. Carrington:
    The lymphomatoid variant of limited Wegener’s granulomatosis (abstract).
    American Journal of Pathology, Philadelphia, 1969, 55: 78-83.
  • A. A. Liebow, C. B. Carrington:
    Diffuse pulmonary lymphoreticular infiltrations associated with dysproteinaemia.
    The Medical Clinics of North America, Philadelphia, 1973, 57: 809-843.
  • A. L. Katzenstein, C. B. Carrington, A. A. Liebow:
    Lymphomatoid granulomatosis: a clinicopathologic study of 152 cases.
    Cancer, Philadelphia, January 1979, 43(1): 360-373.

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