Alveolar adenoma combined with multifocal cysts: case report and literature review.

Abstract

Alveolar adenoma is an extremely rare and benign pulmonary neoplasm; it is always asymptomatic and is usually detected incidentally on routine chest X-radiography. Typically on imaging examinations, alveolar adenoma exhibits as a peripheral, solitary, cystic nodule in the lung, which may easily imitate other lung lesions, consequently leading to… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0300060513477304

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