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A gallbladder carcinoma is extremely fatal malignant tumor. The occurrence of excavated lung metastases is rarely observed only in 4% of cases. Herein, we describe a case of cavitary pulmonary metastases of gallbladder cancer. A 69 year-old woman was admitted to our hospital for routine controls. Three years before, she underwent partial hepatectomy with enbloc resection of the gallbladder and dissection of regional lymph nodes. The patient was event-free during follow-up. At 32 months,doi:10.5505/respircase.2016.85520 fatcat:kyxcqb6hnbexvj7eav5q3nrchm