Superior Pulmonary Sulcus Tumor With Pancoast Syndrome

Huehnergarth, Kier V.; Lipsky, Benjamin A.
October 2004
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Oct2004, Vol. 79 Issue 10, p1268
Academic Journal
Reports on the case of a 65-year old man suffering from superior sulcus tumor with Pancoast syndrome in the U.S. Role of cigarette smoking on causing the disease; Symptoms observed in the patient; Performance of chest radiography to reveal the opacity in the apex of the left lung with erosion of the first and second ribs.


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