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A Rare Case of Pulmonary Fibrosarcoma Treated by Sleeve Lobectomy
Respiratory Case Reports
A 28-year-old male presented to the emergency department with hemoptysis. A pulmonary examination revealed diminished lung sound on left side, and a CT scan of the chest showed an endobronchial polipoid lesion in the left main bronchus. A rigid bronchoscopy showed a polipoid lesion in left the main left bronchus, while the orifice of the lower lobe was not visible. The lesion was cut into two pieces with a snare and removed with cryotherapy, and hemostasis was achieved. A pathologicaldoi:10.5505/respircase.2020.04127 fatcat:as2hpatqbndfnefzz2ptmut3ky