255 – Bronchial Carcinoma

View from the left source bronchus, near its fork in the carrefour.

A prominent mass rises on its side and bottom walls.
The longitudinal folds, very accentuated, lose their parallelism and tend to meet as they enter the upper and lower lobe bronchi.
The widening of the secondary carina and the intense edema contribute to the reduction of the bronchial lumen.

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