1957
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Abstract: Mesodermale Tumoren des tieferen Respirationstraktes sind verhältnismäßig selten. Ebenso stehen an Häufigkeit die rein cystischen Geschwülste und Fehlbildungen der Lunge den epithelialen Neubildungen zahlenmäßig nach. Sieht man von diesen Bildungen ab, so bleibt unter den gutartigen Geschwülsten unter anderem eine Gruppe, die unter den etwa synonymen Bezeichnungen ,,Hamartome", "Fibroadenome", "Chondrome" usw. zusammengefaßt werden. Das Charakteristicum dieser Geschwülste ist ihr mengenmäßig wechselnder Aufbau… Show more

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“…The presence of epithelial-celllined spaces within the majority of these tumours results from the inclusion of the epithelium lining the bronchus of origin by the lobular and eccentric growth of the cartilage and connective tissue into the lumen of the bronchus (Bateson, 1965). The absence of epithelial-cell-lined spaces in three of the four tumours in the present case and in those reported by Bikfalvi et al (1954), Edling (1938, Franco (1958), Hodges (1958), Kirschner and Kny (1957), and Weisel et al (1955) can be explained by the proliferation of the connective tissue and the formation of cartilage with expansion of the tumour outside the bronchus into the adjacent lung parenchyma.…”
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“…The presence of epithelial-celllined spaces within the majority of these tumours results from the inclusion of the epithelium lining the bronchus of origin by the lobular and eccentric growth of the cartilage and connective tissue into the lumen of the bronchus (Bateson, 1965). The absence of epithelial-cell-lined spaces in three of the four tumours in the present case and in those reported by Bikfalvi et al (1954), Edling (1938, Franco (1958), Hodges (1958), Kirschner and Kny (1957), and Weisel et al (1955) can be explained by the proliferation of the connective tissue and the formation of cartilage with expansion of the tumour outside the bronchus into the adjacent lung parenchyma.…”
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“…Within the cartilage, bone and marrow may be present, and within the connective tissue there are blood vessels and frequently round-cell inatration. This type is uncommon, but examples have been reported by Edling (1938), Bikfalvi et al, Kirschner and Kny (1957), Franco, and Hodges (1958).…”
Section: Zntrapulmonary Chondromamentioning
“…This com- The results of the analysis are given in Table I. Kirschner and Kny (1957), Lemenager, Rousselot, and Bdzard (1959), Lemon andGood (1950), McDonald et al (1945), Porras, Lalane, and Degrossi (1958), Rousselot, Lemdnager, and Bezard (1959), and Scarff and Gowar (1944). A few intrapulmonary cartilage-containing tumours consisting predominantly of fatty tissue ilnd epithelial clefts, with only a few small areas of cartilage, have been reported by Brewer, Brookes, and Valteris (1953), Feller (1922), Moller (1933), and Touroff and Seley1 (1951).…”
Section: Eric M Bateson1 From the Departments Of Radiology Of The Unmentioning