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A pulmonary solitary nodule, discovered in a 37-year-old woman, was removed surgically. It was a solitary amyloidoma of the left upper lobe. The clinical and pathological features of this disease were analyzed and the importance in the differential diagnosis among other pulmonary tumors is discussed.
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Accepted: December 28, 1973
© 1974 Published by Elsevier Inc.