[Successful lingular segmentectomy using bronchoplasty in a patient with early hilar second primary lung carcinoma].

@article{Yatsuyanagi2002SuccessfulLS,
  title={[Successful lingular segmentectomy using bronchoplasty in a patient with early hilar second primary lung carcinoma].},
  author={Eiji Yatsuyanagi and Katsuyuki Kusajima and Tadanori Hirano and Takashi Suzuki and Taku Sakurada and Yoichi Kikuchi and Isao Fujii},
  journal={Kyobu geka. The Japanese journal of thoracic surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={55 5},
  pages={364-7}
}
A 71-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with a small protrusive lesion at the lingular orifice of the left upper bronchus. He had undergone a right lower lobectomy and mediastinal dissection for lung carcinoma (large cell carcinoma, pT1N0M0) 14 months earlier. Early hilar squamous cell carcinoma was diagnosed by chest radiograph, CT and transbronchial biopsy. We performed a lingular segmentectomy with wedge resection of the left upper bronchus and N 1 lymph node dissection. The tumor was… CONTINUE READING

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The tumor was histopathologically diagnosed as early hilar second primary lung carcinoma .
Segmentectomy is appropriate for a patient with contralateral second primary lung carcinoma as well as a patient with early hilar lung carcinoma .
Segmentectomy is appropriate for a patient with contralateral second primary lung carcinoma as well as a patient with early hilar lung carcinoma .
The tumor was histopathologically diagnosed as early hilar second primary lung carcinoma .
Segmentectomy is appropriate for a patient with contralateral second primary lung carcinoma as well as a patient with early hilar lung carcinoma .
Segmentectomy is appropriate for a patient with contralateral second primary lung carcinoma as well as a patient with early hilar lung carcinoma .
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