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Sclerosing Pneumocytoma (Hemangioma)

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Sclerosing hemangiomas are usually solitary, sharply circumbscribed lesions, that typically arise in the periphery of the lung. Those that arise in the peripery are found incidentally, while those that occur centrally can present with hemoptysis or shortness of breath. Their cut surface can be a homogenous yellow-tan color, mottled or hemorrhagic (as seen in this case). Image Courtesy of: Dr. Montemor Netto, Brazil

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