A case of retroperitoneal unicentric Castleman's disease missed its
exact diagnosis instead of lymphoid tuberculosis for over a decade
AbstractRetroperitoneal unicentric Castleman's disease mimics masses of neighbor
organs in imaging features. This case presented a misdiagnosed
unicentric Casteman's disease as lymphatic tuberculosis for over a
decade and demonstrated the importance of pathological examination for
diagnosing an unexplained abdominal mass.