[Congenital cystic adenomatoid degeneration of the lung and ventricular trigeminism at adult age. Is there a cause-effect relation?].

@article{Salmon1997CongenitalCA,
  title={[Congenital cystic adenomatoid degeneration of the lung and ventricular trigeminism at adult age. Is there a cause-effect relation?].},
  author={Joe Placerville Salmon and V. Coibion-Jossa and M Guiot-Ramaut},
  journal={Revue de pneumologie clinique},
  year={1997},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={
          33-6
        }
}
Adenomatoid cystic malformations of the lung are usually diagnosed during the perinatal period. Its occurrence in adults is rare, this being the fifth case reported in literature. Improved follow-up techniques and in utero treatment have considerably improved prognosis. Differential diagnosis of pulmonary cysts should thus include this entity at all ages. Recurrent infection is usually the inaugural sign although all neighboring organs, including the heart, may be involved due to compression or… CONTINUE READING