Challenging clinical cases
CCC Thoracic oncology
Aims : To describe the history, pathology, analysis and treatment of complex clinical cases in thoracic oncology area. The session leaders will facilitate discussion among the case presenters and the audience in order to examine and discuss each case.
Target audience :
Thoracic oncologist, Thoracic surgeon, Respiratory critical care physician, Adult pulmonologist/Clinician, General practitioner, Clinical researcher, Paediatrician, Physician in Pulmonary Training, Radiologist, Pathologist, Nurse, Medical Student
An unusual cause of breathlessness
S. Mansell(Guildford (Surrey), United Kingdom)
Chylo-pneumothorax complicated with re-expansion pulmonary edema and chyluria due to para-spinal neurilemmoma
S. Wickramasinghe(Kadawath, Sri Lanka)
Needle based confocal laser endomicroscopy: a novel real-time diagnostic approach for suspected peripheral lung lesions.
T. Kramer(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Is cystic fibrosis the hemi-neglected part of respiratory medicine?
M. Khan(Nottingham, United Kingdom)
Mesothelioma in situ with regressive malignant pleural effusion. A year latter
G. Corrêa De Almeida(São Paulo (SP), Brazil)
Discussion and Q&A
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