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Broncholithiasis is characterized by calcified perihilar and mediastinal lymph nodes eroding into the tracheobronchial tree. We… Expand Pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is a common worldwide lung infection. The radiological features show considerable variation, but in… Expand Broncholithiasis is defined as a condition in which calcified or ossified material is present within the bronchial lumen… Expand Bronchoscopy is considered the most important diagnostic test for broncholithiasis. However, its role in the treatment of… Expand Broncholithiasis is a disorder characterized by peribronchial calcific nodal disease that either erodes into an adjacent bronchus… Expand Endoscopic treatment of broncholithiasis is controversial. From 1953 through 1984, 66 operations were performed on 40 patients… Expand Fifty-two patients (31 men and 21 women) were treated for complications of broncholithiasis between 1969 and 1984. Mean age was… Expand In order to determine the present clinical spectrum of broncholithiasis and the impact that chest computed tomographic (CT) scans… Expand Broncholithiasis, associated most frequently with tuberculosis and histoplasmosis, usually presents with acute onset of cough and… Expand A calcified hilar or mediastinal lymph node can compress or erode the tracheobronchial tree and cause a variety of problems… Expand