Scar carcinoma of the lung: a historical perspective.

  title={Scar carcinoma of the lung: a historical perspective.},
  author={Ravi K. Bobba and Jason Scott L Holly and Tim W. Loy and Michael C. Perry},
  journal={Clinical lung cancer},
  volume={12 3},
Lung scar carcinoma (SC) was first described by Friedrich in 1939 as a type of lung cancer that originates around peripheral scars in the lung. Scarring in the lung can result from a variety of infections, injuries, and lung diseases. Scars can also be due to repeated episodes of tumor necrosis and healing. SCs are typically found as subpleural… CONTINUE READING