Bony metastases in association with a lesion in the lung are usually regarded as secondary to bronchial carcinoma. This is generally true when the metastases are osteolytic. However, in the presence of a solitary lung lesion with osteoblastic metastases, the diagnosis of bronchial carcinoid should be considered. The following case illustrates this point.
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