A case of bronchial obstruction by metastatic renal cell carcinoma
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AbstractA 68-year-old Chinese male with a history of renal cell carcinoma presenting with increasing shortness of breath and hemoptysis was found to have subtotal left main bronchial obstruction secondary to a metastatic endobronchial tumor, The mass was completely resected through a rigid ventilating bronchoscope, and a silicone stent was placed over the tumor bed in the left main bronchus. He remained asymptomatic with no evidence of bronchoscopic recurrence 4 months after the procedure. Obstructive endobronchial metastases from nonpulmonary primaries are rare. Endoluminal resection with stent placement can provide good palliation in this group of patients with limited survival.
All Author(s) ListYim APC, Abdullah VJ, Chan HS
Journal nameSurgical Endoscopy
Volume Number10
Issue Number8
Pages855 - 856
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordsbronchial obstruction; Dumon stent; metastatic renal cell carcinoma; rigid bronchoscopy
Web of Science Subject CategoriesSurgery; SURGERY

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