Lung cancer and pregnancy.


Two pregnant patients presenting with bronchogenic carcinoma are described. A retrospective study of patients with bronchogenic carcinoma as well as a review of the literature attest to the rarity of this combination. If current smoking patterns continue, the association of pregnancy and bronchogenic carcinoma will increase in frequency.


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@article{Stark1985LungCA, title={Lung cancer and pregnancy.}, author={Paul Stark and Reginald E. Greene and Glyn Morgan and H E Hildebrandt-Stark}, journal={Der Radiologe}, year={1985}, volume={25 1}, pages={30-2} }