A Rare Case of Alive Dendriform Pulmonary Ossification

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Diffuse pulmonary ossification is a rare entity of characterized by diffuse small bone fragments in lung tissue. Two types are described: ‘nodular’ and ‘dendriform’. Living cases are rarely encountered; most are diagnosed at autopsy. A 29-year-old man had a moderate chest pain ongoing for two weeks was referred to our hospital with bilateral, multifocal… (More)

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