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Pathology: Unusual pulmonary metastatic pattern in a case of pancreatic cancer

28 Sep, 11 | by Emma

Amongst the most educational case reports that we receive are the papers that discuss the pathology of patients in detail. The images are stunning and explanation of macro and micropathology a huge insight into disease processes. Here is the first in a selection…

A 70 year old gentleman presents with a productive cough which fails to resolve after repeated courses of antibiotics. The authors describe the series of investigations that ensue until the unusual cause of his symptoms is revealed…

Seema Biswas
Editor-in-Chief

Unusual pulmonary metastatic pattern in a case of pancreatic cancer

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