Kissing Stents for Superior Vena Cava Syndrome Due to Small-Cell Lung Cancer

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Tulio Leite

 

Abstract

A 67-year-old male patient with central small-cell lung cancer was admitted to the emergency department with distended collateral neck veins, upper limb swelling, plethora of the face and dyspnea. The diagnosis of superior vena cava syndrome related to tumor progression was established.

Published on: June 6, 2019
doi: 10.17756/micr.2019-028
Citation: Leite T. 2019. Kissing Stents for Superior Vena Cava Syndrome Due to Small-Cell Lung Cancer. J Med Imaging Case Rep 3(1): 25-26.

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