Solitary Tracheobronchial Papilloma

Epidemiology

  • Occurs in middle-aged men

Etiology

  • Viral Infection

Physiology

  • Benign Endobronchial Tumor

Diagnosis

  • FOB: usually solitary and <1.5 cm/usually occurs in a lobar or segmental bronchus

Clinical


Treatment

  • Bronchoscopic removal: usually possible

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