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Catamenial haemoptysis: a rare cause.
  1. D J Wood,
  2. K Krishnan,
  3. P Stocks,
  4. E Morgan,
  5. M J Ward
  1. Department of Medicine, Kings Mill Hospital, Sutton in Ashfield.


    Since the first report of pulmonary endometriosis as a cause of catamenial haemoptysis all cases have been assumed to be due to pulmonary endometriosis, even in the absence of histopathological proof. A case is presented where the histological findings were of a pulmonary arteriovenous malformation.

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