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Pleural invasion by peripheral bronchogenic carcinoma: assessment with three-dimensional helical CT.
Bronchogenic carcinoma in patients seropositive for human immunodeficiency virus.
Malignancies metastasizing to the sinonasal region include, in the order of frequency, RCC, bronchogenic carcinoma, thyroid and breast carcinomas, and prostate tumors (2).
Moran, "Bronchogenic carcinoma: radiologic-pathologic correlation.," RadioGraphics, vol.
In a gradually developing SVC syndrome, bronchogenic carcinoma is the commonest cause.
Factor VIII inhibitor and bronchogenic carcinoma. Thromb Haemost 1979;41:291-5.
Secondary spontaneous pneumothorax occurs in patients having underlying pulmonary pathologies such as COPD, cystic fibrosis, status asthmaticus, interstitial lung disease, and bronchogenic carcinoma. Air invades the pleural space in many of these patients because the alveolar epithelium has become compromised from a pulmonary disease.
(4) PLCH has also been associated with pulmonary malignancies, namely bronchogenic carcinoma that can arise pulmonary scar tissue.
In bronchogenic carcinoma, complications and associated diseases are highly individual and their costs must be monitored separately so they were excluded from the calculations.
Tobbler et al18 studied 18 patients with proximal bronchogenic carcinoma and postobstructive lobar collapse.
Sudden deafness and facial palsy from metastatic bronchogenic carcinoma. J Laryngol Otol 1997;91 (9):787-93.
Articularmanifestationsofhypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy in bronchogenic carcinoma. Arthritis Rheum 1976;19:629-36.