Rapid Communication| Volume 43, ISSUE 8, e5-e7, August 2008

Congenital bilobar emphysema


      Congenital bilobar emphysema is reported to be extremely rare. We describe 3 cases, and we review the diagnosis problems and treatment methods of this childhood respiratory tract pathologic condition.

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