PMID: 975000Aug 1, 1976Paper

Acinic cell tumor of the bronchus

D R Katz, J J Bubis


A bronchogenic tumor was removed from a 12-year-old girl. Histology showed a clear cell lesion with electron microscope features compatible with serous acinic cell origin.


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