PMID: 3211829Jun 1, 1988Paper

Pancreatic pleural effusion associated with oncocytic carcinoma of the pancreas

Postgraduate Medical Journal
D W EnglandC W Windsor

Abstract

A pancreatic pleural effusion is an uncommon presenting feature of pancreatic malignancy. A case is described where such an effusion was associated with an oncocytic carcinoma of the pancreas, a tumour which itself has been reported on only one previous occasion.

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Citations

Nov 14, 2006·Pathology International·Ayako SugiharaNaoki Yamanaka

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