OTTO S. BAUM, M.D.; GERTRUDE SILVERMAN, M.D.; RIEVA ROSH, M.D.; RICHARD L. RILEY, M.D.
In November 1938 one of us (O. S. B.) reported a case of atelectasis of the right lower and middle lobes due to spindle cell sarcoma of the right main bronchus.1 The patient has since died, and this brief supplementary report, with a summary of the autopsy findings, is given for the sake of completeness, as well as because of the nature of the terminal illness. A brief summary of the early course of the disease is also given.
The patient, R. Z., was a 32 year old housewife, first admitted to the Second (Cornell) Medical Division of Bellevue Hospital
BAUM OS, SILVERMAN G, ROSH R, RILEY RL. A CASE OF SPINDLE CELL SARCOMA OF THE BRONCHUS; SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT(A CASE OF SPINDLE CELL SARCOMA OF THE BRONCHUS; SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT*). Ann Intern Med. 1942;17:750–754. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-17-4-750
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1942;17(4):750-754.
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