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Long-term follow-up of two cases of pulmonary varicosity.
  1. T Shirakusa


    Before diagnosis by pulmonary angiography two cases of pulmonary varicosity, one in a young girl and the other in a middle-aged man, had been misdiagnosed as pulmonary tuberculosis. Both patients were asymptomatic and received no specific treatment. Six and four years later there was no radiological change in either patient. Previously reported cases are briefly reviewed.

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