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Progressive tracheal and superior vena caval compression caused by benign neurofibromatosis.
  1. R el Oakley,
  2. G J Grotte
  1. Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Manchester Royal Infirmary.

    Abstract

    The case history presented is of a patient with progressive tracheal and superior vena caval compression caused by a benign neurofibroma, a previously unrecognised feature of neurofibromatosis. The patient was successfully treated by surgical decompression.

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