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Lobar collapse due to endobronchial metastatic prostatic carcinoma: re-expansion with antiandrogen treatment.
  1. H Taylor,
  2. S Braude
  1. Department of Thoracic Medicine, King's College Hospital, London.

    Abstract

    A patient is described who presented with left upper lobe collapse due to endobronchial metastatic prostate carcinoma. Treatment with the oral antiandrogen cyproterone acetate resulted in resolution of the occluding endobronchial carcinoma and lobar re-expansion.

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