Thymic Rebound in a Patient with Scrotal Mesothelioma


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Abstract

Benign enlargement of the thymus, termed “thymic rebound,” is a well-documented phenomenon in children. It typically follows a period of stress. Thymic rebound in an adult is not described in the literature. We present the first documented account of an adult with malignant disease who exhibited thymic rebound without chemotherapy, infection, or other obvious cause for this phenomenon.

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