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Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases 1994;41(2):171-175.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4046/trd.1994.41.2.171    Published online March 29, 2016.
Mass Nearly obstructing the Trachea.
Suk Young Lee, , Young Mi Choi, , Chi Hong Kim, , Soon Seog Koun, , Young Kyoon Kim, , Kwan Hyoung Kim, , Hwa Sik Moon, , Jeong Sup Song, , Sung Hak Park,
Abstract
Tumor of the trachea are uncommon. Trachea tumor are usually diagnosed late in their natural history, because the tracheal lumen may be extensively involved before symptoms occur, and because symptoms may be confused with those of asthma. Some 19% to 29% of the trachea tumor have laryngeal or lung malignancy. Squamous carcinoma is by far the most frequent among tracheal tumor, although adenocarcinoma and oat cell carcinoma have been described so. Oat cell carcinoma in the trachea are aggressive tumors as. they are in the lung and elsewhere. Oat cell carcinoma as well as squamous cell carcinoma are related with tobacco exposure. We presented a case of small cell carcinoma nearly obstructing the trachea and right main bronchus which was partially removed after bronchoscopic ethanol injection, along with a review of the literature.
Key Words: Small cell carcinoma, Trachea tumor


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