DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20213099

Bronchopulmonary malinosculation: a case report

Meera J. Kumar, Jayaprakash Balakrishnan, Reshmi S. Nair

Abstract


Pulmonary malinosculation, which include a broad spectrum of disorders that involve abnormalities in one or more of the three main components of the lung, namely, the airways and lung parenchyma, arteries and veins. A case of bronchopulmonary malinosculation was presented due to its rarity.


Keywords


Bronchopulmonary malinosclulation, Sequestration, Embolisation

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