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Multiple recurrent intrapulmonary and endobronchial mesenchymomas (hamartomas).
  1. C M Laroche,
  2. S Stewart,
  3. F Wells,
  4. J Shneerson
  1. Department of Chest Medicine, Newmarket General Hospital, Suffolk.


    A patient is described with multiple, benign, chondromatous intrapulmonary and endobronchial mesenchymomas of the lung, which recurred after resection on two occasions over a period of 30 years. In such a patient presenting at a young age or with a history of previous recurrence, a wedge excision may be necessary to prevent further recurrence.

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