287 – Esophageal carcinoma

287 - Esophagus Carcinoma

Confusing image in which the anatomical structures are difficult to recognize.

The tracheal domed ceiling ends in the anterior carinal triangle, barely visible.
On your right the source bronchus.

Large amount of blood and exudates fill the free space between the disordered tissues that occupy the light, occluding the left source bronchus.

A carcinoma of the esophagus has destroyed the posterior wall of the main bronchus, as it always does in this location given its vicinity, and a set of esophageal mucosa, and neoplastic tissue
now occupies the airway.

280 – Bronchial metastasis. Clear Cell Carcinoma

280 - Endobronchial metastasis

Clear cell carcinoma.

A voluminous mass of tissue occupies the light of the right source bronchus, with some protrusions on the surface.

Through a triangular light that allows pulmonary ventilation, you can see the entrance of the upper lobe.

A plane of separation with the mucosa of the bronchus around the perimeter of the lesion indicates that it has a base of distal implantation.

279 – Tracheal Metastasis. Carcinoma of Mama

279 - Endotracheal Metastasis

Bronchoscope stopped next to a smooth surface formation but irregular contour, with abnormally voluminous surface vessels.

It is an endotracheal metastasis of breast carcinoma.

At the bottom of the image, the edema, the enlarged and pale carina, the left main bronchus with its reduced entrance and clogged secretions complete the set of indicative elements of extended disease.

Italian Hospital of the city of Buenos Aires

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 occluded.

Neoplastic tissue persists in the medial wall of the main bronchus and the tracheal carina is unrecognizable.

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 thrown forward and the edema has erased the folds.

Giant cell carcinoma.