Radiological Appearances of Lymphangitis Carcinomatosa of the Lung.


Malignant tumours commonly metastasize to the lungs. When they do, the secondary deposits are usually in the form of discrete nodules which have no particular relationship to lymph nodes or vessels. Occasionally, however, the tumour spread may predominantly or exclusively affect the lymphatic system of the lungs. Andral (1829), Virchow (1855), and Wagner… (More)


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