Endobronchial Embryonal Carcinoma

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Malignant tumors can compress or invade the trachea or bronchi leading to varying degrees of airway narrowing. Lung cancer is the most frequent cause of airway occlusion of neoplastic origin1 and also the leading cause of death among all the malignancies in the world.2 However, distant metastatic tumors or contiguous tumors as those arising in the mediastinum, for example, can infiltrate or compress the central airways as well.
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