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(Metastases to lung)
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  • Pulmonary and mediastinal paragangliomas: rare endothoracic malignancies with challenging diagnosis and treatment. [Journal Article]
  • JTJ Thorac Dis 2018; 10(9):5318-5327
  • De Palma A, Lorusso M, … Resta L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Endothoracic paragangliomas, rare and often asymptomatic tumors, are of difficult diagnosis and should be considered malignant tumors, due to the potential aggressive behaviour of cases with high mitotic index and the frequent possibility of recurrence and metastases. Surgical resection is the treatment of choice and careful intraoperative manipulation is recommended, due to the high vascularity of these tumors, to prevent complications. After complete excision, long-term prognosis is generally good. However, even after surgical removal, a close, periodical and life-long follow-up is mandatory.
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