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endobronchial metastasis

Tuesday 17 May 2016

endobronchial metastases

Any tumor can produce endobronchial metastases but the most common are carcinomas of breast, colon, kidney and rectum as well as melanoma and sarcomas. Probably results from seeding via bronchial arteries.


- Some examples of endobronchial metastases

- endobronchial metastasis of melanoma, (HE, HBM45)

See also

- bronchial anomalies