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Diagnostic accuracy of CT-guided automated needle biopsy of lung nodules.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine the factors influencing diagnostic accuracy in CT-guided automated needle biopsies of lung nodules. SUBJECTS AND METHODS One hundredExpand
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Pleural dissemination in non‐small cell lung cancer: Results of radiological evaluation and surgical treatment
The aims of this study are to evaluate the diagnostic ability of chest computed tomography (CT) in the early detection of pleural disease and to analyze the results of surgical treatment for lungExpand
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Classification of air density areas in CT-pathologic correlation of pulmonary adenocarcinoma.
Air density areas (ADAs) such as air bronchogram, bubble-like area, and cavity on high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) of pulmonary adenocarcinoma were examined to clarify their pathologicalExpand
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Cloudy nodule on HRCT: a new clinico-radiologic entity of pulmonary adenocarcinoma.
We propose cloudy nodule (CN) on HRCT as a special type of pulmonary adenocarcinoma. CN was defined as a cloudy nodular shadow in the peripheral part of the lung with lower density than pulmonaryExpand
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[Successful resection of endotracheal metastatic lung cancer using percutaneous cardiopulmonary support system: a case report].
We experienced a rare case of endotracheal metastasis derived from squamous cell lung cancer. The patient was 56 year-old male whose primary lung cancer of the left upper lobe was completelyExpand
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A case of congenital complete left pericardial defect found at operation for left lung cancer
Congenital complete left pericardial defect was found incidentally in a 61-year-old man, during operation for left lung cancer. We performed a left upper lobectomy for the cancer without repair ofExpand
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[Clinicopathologic features of small-sized peripheral lung cancer; is intentional limited resection appropriate for selected patients?].
We sought to determine the eligibility of patients with early peripheral lung cancer for intentional limited resection. The clinicopathologic features of 103 patients who underwent lobectomy andExpand
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[Clinical outcome after video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS) for clinical stage I lung cancer with pathologically nodal involvement].
The lymph node dissection with video-assisted thoracic surgery( VATS) was technically feasible and the remnant lymph nodes and tissues were 2% to 3%, which seems acceptable for clinical stage I lungExpand