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Pulmonary haemorrhage following renal transplantation.
  1. G A Khan,
  2. P Klapper
  1. Division of Nephrology and Pulmonary Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York 10467.


    The case history is presented of a 32 year old black man who developed haemoptysis leading to pulmonary haemorrhage and bilateral pulmonary infiltrates. He was found to have Kaposi's sarcoma of the lung with no evidence of skin or endobronchial lesions.

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