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An Isolated Tracheal Papilloma: A Case Report
Respiratory Case Reports
A 32-year-old male patient with a history of 10-packyear smoking and prolonged intubation due to childhood meningitis was admitted with hemoptysis and dyspnea. Thoracic computed tomography showed that a 6x9-mm soft tissue lesion, extending from the tracheal wall of the right tracheal lumen. The rigid bronchoscopy revealed two separate lesions: the first one was a 1-cm granulation tissue located at the anterior tracheal wall at the level of second tracheal ring, and there appeared a 2 to 3-cmdoi:10.5505/respircase.2017.55376 fatcat:6nwbppezyber7blwpdzdv6zhre