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- adj. Originating in the bronchus.
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MacKenzie TC, Guttenberg ME, Nissenbaum HL, Johnson MP, Adzick NS: A fetal lung lesion consisting of bronchogenic cyst, bronchopulmonary sequestration, and congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation: The missing link?
A fetal lung lesion consisting of bronchogenic cyst, bronchopulmonary sequestration, and congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation: the missing link?
On February 14, with his condition deteriorating weekly, Graham wrote to his friend and collaborator the surgeon Alton Ochsner: Perhaps you have heard that I have recently been a patient at Barnes Hospital because of bilateral bronchogenic carcinoma which sneaked up on me like a thief in the night. . .
In the summer of 1948, Ernst Wynder, a medical student on a surgical rotation in New York, encountered an unforgettable case of a forty-two-year-old man who had died of bronchogenic carcinoma—cancer of the airways of the lung.
Cancer occurs at the site of Barrett's syndrome and in the bronchi of chronic smokers (bronchogenic squamous cell carcinoma).
Pedunculated bronchogenic cyst mimicking pleural lesion.