Abdominal liposarcoma presenting as cough: case study

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Abstract

Cough is a common occurrence and one of the most frequent presentations made to healthcare services. This article recounts the case of a 60-year-old man who was seen by his local health services with a recurrent cough, which was eventually found to be caused by an abdominal liposarcoma. It provides a case history and overview of symptoms to watch out for in such presentations.

Edin Lakasing and colleagues outline the steps taken towards the diagnosis and successful treatment of this rare condition

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