Author(s): Yoon HJ, Lee HY, Han J, Choi YL
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Abstract Synchronous primary lung cancers are relatively rare. The accurate diagnosis remains challenging, despite of the routine use of bronchoscopy and computed tomography (CT) of the chest. Herein we report a case of synchronous triple primary cancers of the right lung in a 72-year-old male patient in whom each tumor presented distinct CT imaging findings.
This article was published in Korean J Radiol
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports