How do I diagnose Rectum carcinoma Metastases into the Lung
This mild smoking women (7 pack years at pulmonary surgery) developed a well differentiated rectum carcinoma (pT3N1M0G1R0) at the age 54 years. Four years later two pulmonary lesions were detected suspicuous for lung metastases. Two intrapulmonary metastases were resected. No indication for additional metastases seven years after wedge resection of pulmonary metastases.
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