LEWIS J. MOORMAN, M.D., F.A.C.P.
The first report on congenital cystic disease of the lungs in the American literature was made by Koontz1 in 1925. In Europe Pappenheimer3 had reported his study of a museum specimen as early as 1912. Following Koontz's article further cases have been reported in this country by Wood and Garvin,2 Robert Miller, Jr.,4 Eloesser,5,6,7 Moore,8 Lehnhoff,9 Swanson, Platou and Sadler,10 Lilienthal,11 Gibson,12 Tillotson,13 Parmelee and Apfelbach,14 Stewart, Kennedy and James,15 Nelson,16 Cabot,17 Pollock and Marvin,18 Wolman,19 Anspach and Wolman,20 Croswell and King.21 The reported American cases now number 30.
These 30 cases fall roughly into two age groups. Eleven cases
LEWIS J. MOORMAN. CONGENITAL CYSTIC DISEASE OF THE LUNGS(CONGENITAL CYSTIC DISEASE OF THE LUNGS*CASE REPORTS): CASE REPORTS. Ann Intern Med. 1934;7:1523–1533. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-12-1523
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1934;7(12):1523-1533.
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