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Solitary Papillomas of the Lower Airways: Epidemiological, Clinical, and Therapeutic Data during a 22-Year Period and Review of the Literature
Introduction: Solitary respiratory papillomas (SRPs) are considered uncommon yet benign neoplasms of the lower respiratory tract. Most of our understanding stems from single case reports or limitedExpand
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Epidemiologic trends in lung cancer over two decades in Northern Greece: an analysis of bronchoscopic data.
BACKGROUND AND AIM The relative frequency of histological subtypes of lung cancer in Europe has changed dramatically during the 20th century. The aim of this study was to explore the changingExpand
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Potential prognostic value of intracellular cytokine detection by flow cytometry in pulmonary sarcoidosis.
In pulmonary sarcoidosis, differential cytokine production in the lungs could be related to variable prognosis of patients at different stages of disease. Twenty patients with pulmonary sarcoidosisExpand
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AB 66. One-year experience of the pulmonary department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in thoracoscopy with local anaesthesia (medical thoracoscopy)
Background Thoracoscopy with local anesthesia or medical thoracoscopy is an invasive method which is rather valuable not only for the approach of undiagnosed exudative pleural effusions but also forExpand
AB 53. Metastasis of nasopharyngeal carcinoma to the lung difficulties in diagnostic approach
Background To highlight the difficulty of the diagnostic approach to estimate transbronchial biopsy in a patient with a known history of carcinoma after treatment.
Repeated episodes of respiratory failure due to bilateral vocal cord paralysis.
BACKGROUND Bilateral vocal cord paralysis can produce severe airway obstruction, leading to acute respiratory failure. Discriminating the pathology of the upper airway from chronic obstructiveExpand