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Hydatid Cyst Cases Suggesting Malignancy [Medeniyet Med J]
Medeniyet Med J. 2001; 16(1): 48-50

Hydatid Cyst Cases Suggesting Malignancy

Servet Civelek Bulum1, Ö. Faruk Gergerlioğlu1, A. Atasalihi1, G. Çamsarı2, O. Taşçı2
1SSK Sureyyapasa Thoracic and Cardiovascular Diseases Training Hospital, Istanbul
2SSYB Chest Cardiovascular Diseases Training Center, Istanbul

Hydatid cyst continues to be a health hazard in animal-raising countries. We encountered three male patients (ages 19, 30, and 50 years) with hydatid cysts exhibiting clinical and radiologic manifestations of malignancy. The lesions were localized on the right (n=2) and left (n=1). The patients complained of Claude-Bernard Horner syndrome, abundant
hemoptysis accompanied by severe chest pain in the left hemithorax, and hemoptoic sputum and weight loss, respectively. Routine laboratory examinations and radiologic, ultrasonographic, bronchoscopic, and serologic investigations were performed in all patients. It was concluded that surgical interventions bay be required in order to make a definite diagnosis when findings from clinical, radiologic, bacteriologic, and bronchoscopic examinations are not adequate.

Keywords: Hydatid cyst


Klinik ve Radyolojik Olarak Malignite Düşündüren Kist Hidatik

Servet Civelek Bulum1, Ö. Faruk Gergerlioğlu1, A. Atasalihi1, G. Çamsarı2, O. Taşçı2
1SSK Süreyyapaşa Göğüs Kalp ve Damar Hastalıkları Eğitim Hastanesi, İstanbul
2SSYB Yedikule Göğüs Kalp-Damar Hastalıkları Eğitim Merkezi, İstanbul

Anahtar Kelimeler: Hidatik kist


Servet Civelek Bulum, Ö. Faruk Gergerlioğlu, A. Atasalihi, G. Çamsarı, O. Taşçı. Hydatid Cyst Cases Suggesting Malignancy. Medeniyet Med J. 2001; 16(1): 48-50

Corresponding Author: Servet Civelek Bulum, Türkiye


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