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Pancoast's syndrome associated with invasive aspergillosis.
  1. F G Simpson,
  2. M Morgan,
  3. N J Cooke


    The combination of lower brachial plexus root pain in the shoulder and arm and of ipsilateral Horner's syndrome was described by Pancoast in 1932 and is usually caused by a malignant tumour at the apex of the lung. We describe a case in which the syndrome occurred in an immunosuppressed patient and was due to invasive fungal infection.

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