[Pulmonary plasma cell granuloma. Inflammatory pseudotumor in the lung].


A 62-year-old woman developed minor symptoms of subacute respiratory infection simulating bronchitis. Six weeks later, X-ray of the chest revealed a solitary round infiltration ("coin lesion") in the basal part of the left lung. No diagnosis could be made preoperatively. Thoracotomy demonstrated a plasma cell granuloma. The affected pulmonary segment of the… (More)


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