AUGUSTUS E. ANDERSON JR., M.D.; J. BROOKS BROWN, M.D.; C. BURLING ROESCH, M.D.
This report concerns two examples of a developmental defect of the lungs which is generally considered to be rare. Briefly, it consists of an aberrant pulmonary artery arising from the aorta or one of its major branches, coupled with a dissociated or sequestrated intralobar bronchopulmonary mass. The pulmonary mass is cystic and is usually, but not always, located in the posterior part of a lower lobe. The first of our two cases is an example of this more common type of lower lobe lesion, whereas the second patient represents a variant which is believed to be unique, viz., right upper
AUGUSTUS E. ANDERSON, J. BROOKS BROWN, C. BURLING ROESCH. ABERRANT PULMONARY ARTERY WITH INTRALOBAR SEQUESTRATION(ABERRANT PULMONARY ARTERY WITH INTRALOBAR SEQUESTRATION*). Ann Intern Med. 1957;46:1092–1098. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-46-6-1092
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1957;46(6):1092-1098.
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