Spontaneous pneumothorax following regression of pulmonary metastases.

Abstract

Spontaneous pneumothorax (SP) caused by necrosis in combination with regression of lung metastases is a rare complication to cancer chemotherapy. Few case reports have previously been presented, and mostly in patients with sarcomas. A patient is presented with spontaneous pneumothorax probably caused by chemotherapy-induced cell necrosis in bilateral lung… (More)

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@article{KrygerBaggesen1990SpontaneousPF, title={Spontaneous pneumothorax following regression of pulmonary metastases.}, author={Niels Kryger-Baggesen}, journal={The European respiratory journal}, year={1990}, volume={3 4}, pages={485-6} }