Primary pulmonary leiomyosarcoma—case report of a rare aggressive neoplasm
A 50-year-old male non-smoker and non-alcoholic was presented to the Emergency Medicine with the chief complaints of chest pain, cough, and hemoptysis for 2 days. There was no history of fever. The patient was non-smoker and non-alcoholic with no history of similar complaints in the past. A chest radiograph from 2-months back which was obtained as a part of routine pre-anesthetic checkup for cholecystectomy did not show any abnormality. He had no previous history of any radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
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