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Repeated partial endoscopic resections as treatment for two patients with inoperable tracheal tumours
  1. G. Nakratzas,
  2. J. P. M. Wagenaar,
  3. M. Reintjes,
  4. E. Scheffer,
  5. J. Swierenga
  1. Department of Pulmonary Diseases, University Hospital, Leiden
  2. Pathological Laboratory, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

    Abstract

    Nakratzas, G., Wagenaar, J. P. M., Reintjes, M., Scheffer, E., and Swierenga, J. (1974).Thorax, 29, 125-131. Repeated partial endoscopic resections as treatment for two patients with inoperable tracheal tumours. Two cases of tracheal tumour are described, one a carcinoid and the other an adenoid cystic carcinoma (cylindroma). Both patients were treated by repeated partial bronchoscopic resections. The patients are in good health nine and three years respectively after treatment.

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