265 - Carcinoma

265 – Intramural Bronchial Tumor

Bronchial light “stabbing”: an “intramural, intraluminal and infiltrating” carcinoma deforms the light from the left source bronchus.

The intense edema and thickening of the bronchial mucosa contribute to the distortion and the marked reduction of the caliber.

On the left wall it acquires a cordoned appearance that forms mamelons as it ascends and occupies the upper end.

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