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A case of successful resection of primary bronchogenic carcinoma involving the carina and bifurcation has been reported. Reconstruction with preservation of both main-stem bronchi was aided by means of a free cartilage graft. A brief review of methods and criteria to accomplish this procedure are presented.
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Received: April 27, 1959
© 1959 Published by Elsevier Inc.