Completion pneumonectomy of the residual left lung to treat lung cancer in a patient with hemophilia a: Report of a case

@article{Nomoto2000CompletionPO,
  title={Completion pneumonectomy of the residual left lung to treat lung cancer in a patient with hemophilia a: Report of a case},
  author={Yasushi Nomoto and Hideki Kimura and Naomichi Iwai and Teruaki Mizobuchi and Sana Yokoi and Kyoya Kumagai},
  journal={Surgery Today},
  year={2000},
  volume={30},
  pages={917-920}
}
Hemophilia A is a sex-linked recessive hereditary disease that is relatively rare and the number of patients with this disorder who undergo major surgery is limited. Although replenishing coagulation factors can allow hemophiliac patients to undergo similar surgery to that performed for patients without hemophilia, there have been few reports on major surgery and none on the resection of lung cancer in patients with hemophilia A. We recently performed completion pneumonectomy of the left lung… CONTINUE READING