[Primary bronchial cancer in subjects aged 40 or younger].

Abstract

Between 1985 and 1989, 395 patients with primary lung cancer were treated at the Percy military teaching hospital, Paris. Among them were 16 patients (4%) aged between 29 and 40 years (mean: 34 years) and smokers (mean cumulative tobacco consumption 24 P.A.). Six of these (37%) had lung parenchyma dystrophy with bilateral apical bullae of emphysema, 1 had a… (More)

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