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An 81-year-old woman presented with a 1-year history of chronic cough and progressive breath shortness. Physical examination was notable for wheezing. Her laboratory test results were normal. The chest contrast-enhanced CT scan revealed a cauliflower-like lesion in the upper third dorsolateral trachea, and an artery in the stalk of the tumour was observed (figure 1A,B). Considering the potential of massive bleeding during bronchoscopic resection, artery embolisation …
YL and KR contributed equally.
Contributors All authors contributed equally.
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