A pathological condition characterized by large, benign, hyperplastic lymph nodes containing concentric perivascular aggregates of lymphocytes.
- B. Castleman and V. W. Towne:
Case records of Massachusetts General Hospital, Case 40001.
The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1954, 26: 250.
- B. Castleman, L. Inversion, V. Pardo Menendez:
Localized mediastinal lymphnode hyperplasia resembling thymoma cancer.
Cancer, Philadelphia, 1956, 9: 822-830.
- R. J. Tuttle and K. J. Shier:
Angiography of angiomatous lymphoid hamartoma (Castleman's tumor) and a suggested pathogenesis.
Radiology, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1979, 130: 311.
- J. M. E. Martin, et al:
Giant lymph node hyperplasia (Castleman disease) of hyaline vascular type. Clinical heterogeneity with immunohistologic uniformity.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Baltimore, 1985, 84: 439-446.