PMID: 6871826Sep 1, 1983Paper

Pulmonary lymphangioleiomyomatosis and Bourneville's tuberous sclerosis with pulmonary involvement: the same disease?

F CapronJ Rochemaure


The authors studied the ultrastructural morphology of the lung in one case of Bourneville's tuberous sclerosis with pulmonary involvement. The observations in this report are similar to those previously reported in pulmonary lymphangioleiomyomatosis and further emphasize the striking resemblance between the two diseases.


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