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A 68-year-old smoker on aspirin/clopidogrel due to recent percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) / stenting presented with intermittent haemoptysis. Bronchoscopy revealed an endoluminal tumour in a right-lower-lobe segment (figure 1). No biopsy was taken due to bleeding risk. Aspirate analysis showed sparse cells with granular cytoplasm, and a presumptive diagnosis of bronchial carcinoid was …
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