Benign Endobronchial Neoplasms : A Review

  title={Benign Endobronchial Neoplasms : A Review},
  author={Abhishek Agarwal and Abhinav Agrawal and Sayee Sundar Alagusundarmoorthy and Nikhil Meena},
Benign endobronchial neoplasms are rare tumors of the tracheobronchial airways. These neoplasms are mostly slow growing and usual presentation is related to bronchial obstruction. Most patients present with symptoms such as, wheezing, cough, chest discomfort, hemoptysis or recurrent pneumonias. Radiographic findings may demonstrate, endobronchial lesions, atelectasis, pneumonia, bronchiectasis and in some instances even mediastinal shift. Imaging modalities are often non-specific. These lesions… CONTINUE READING


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