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V. Estrella-Palomares ; B. Martínez-Palacios ; J. González-Spínola ;Revista Portuguesa de Pneumología 2015, 21 5

Author: A. Padilla-Serrano

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Revista Portuguesa de Pneumología ISSN: 0873-2159 sppneumologia@mail.telepac.pt Sociedade Portuguesa de Pneumologia Portugal Padilla-Serrano, A.; Estrella-Palomares, V.; Martínez-Palacios, B.; González-Spínola, J. A case of massive hemoptysis related to a smoking-history: an acquired form of the Dieulafoy’s disease? Revista Portuguesa de Pneumología, vol.
21, núm.
5, septiembre-octubre, 2015, pp.
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2015;21(5):276---279 www.revportpneumol.org CASE REPORT A case of massive hemoptysis related to a smoking-history: an acquired form of the Dieulafoy’s disease? A.
Padilla-Serrano a,∗ , V.
Estrella-Palomares a , B.
Martínez-Palacios a , J.
González-Spínola b a b Intensive Care Unit, La Mancha Centro General Hospital, Alcázar de San Juan, Ciudad Real, Spain Department of Radiology, La Mancha Centro General Hospital, Alcázar de San Juan, Ciudad Real, Spain Received 20 March 2015; accepted 23 June 2015 Available online 27 July 2015 KEYWORDS Dieulafoy’s disease; Massive hemoptysis; Hypervascularization; Bronchovascular fistula; Smoking history; Vascular lesion Abstract The hypervascularization of the bronquial wall, secondary to chronic bronchopulmonary inflammation is a bleeding etiology in smokers, but insufficient to explain certain massive recurrent cases.
We report a case of a woman with a smoking history who presented a recurrent and massive hem...





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