276 – Bronchial Carcinoma

276 - Carcinoma

Combination. In the upper part of the image we can see the lesion that is still submucosally located, in the form of a protrusion that seeks to burst into the light, with its plethoric parallel vessels. In the center of the photograph the lesion is vegetative and thrives inside the bronchial lumen. Carcinoma.

275 – Tracheal Carcinoma

275 - Giant cell carcinoma II

Image corresponding to the previous case, after a recanalization of the right source bronchus. There are diffuse inflammatory changes and blood in the path of the bronchus, which can be followed up to the lower lobe. The folds in the source bronchus, deep and tortuous, are diverted to enter the upper lobe, but it is … Read more

274 – Tracheal Carcinoma

274 - Giant cell carcinoma I

A voluminous vegetative formation settles in the tracheal carina and completely occludes the light of the right source bronchus and reduces that of the left. The surface is irregular, with protrusions and increased vascularization in some areas. The tissue that obstructs the right main bronchus has been necrotic. The posterior tracheal wall seems to be … Read more

272 – Tracheal Carcinoma

272 - Giant cell carcinoma

Trachea: a giant cell carcinoma has completely infiltrated the wall. Two ends of the cartilaginous rings are visible in the light as a result of the destruction of their mucosa, now covered by thick purulent secretions and suffering continuous dehydration due to being exposed to the turbulent airflow caused by local narrowness and inflammation.

269 – Bronchial Tumor

269 - Endobronchial tumor

Although the foreground magnifies the image, it is only the small biopsy forceps with fenestrae in its leaflets, commonly used with the flexible bronchoscope, doing its work of tissue capture for the diagnosis of this endobronchial tumor.