A tracheal tumour was discovered by radiology in a 36-year-old man with haemoptysis, bronchitis, and dyspnoea. The tumour was situated 5 cm below the vocal cords. A frozen section of a bronchoscopic biopsy specimen confirmed it to be a neurofibroma. Resection was performed endoscopically.
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