Advertisement

 

 

[Report of Successful Treatment of A Rectal Cancer Patient with Endobronchial 
Metastasis by Bronchial Stent Implantation Combined with Chemotherapy and Apatinib].

[Report of Successful Treatment of A Rectal Cancer Patient with Endobronchial 
Metastasis by Bronchial Stent Implantation Combined with Chemotherapy and Apatinib].
Author Information (click to view)

Lin Q, Ding L, Chen C, Zhu Y,


Lin Q, Ding L, Chen C, Zhu Y, (click to view)

Lin Q, Ding L, Chen C, Zhu Y,

Advertisement
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn

Zhongguo fei ai za zhi = Chinese journal of lung cancer 20(9) 657-660 doi 10.3779/j.issn.1009-3419.2017.09.12
Abstract

The lungs are the most common sites of metastases from non-pulmonary malignancies. On the other hand, endobronchial metastases are rare. Various tumors have been associated with endobronchial metastasis, most commonly renal, breast and colorectal cancer. Advanced rectal cancerwith lung metastasis is common. However, endobronchial metastasis without lung metastasis of rectal cancer is rare, and easily misdiagnosed. We report one case of postoperative rectal cancer with endobronchial, pleuralcavity, pericardial cavitymetastasis, giving the comprehensive treatment of bronchial stentimplantation, chemotherapy, targeted drugs and remission. The process of diagnosis and treatmentis relatively complex, therefore it has a certain clinical reference value.

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

6 + thirteen =

[ HIDE/SHOW ]