A 16 Year Old Girl with Atypical Bronchial Carcinoid Tumor
A 16 year-old girl was referred to pediatric pulmonology for recurrent pneumonia and abnormal chest films. The patient had two previous illnesses with cough and fever treated with antibiotics. The first occurred at age 12 and the second at age 16, three months prior to presentation. The patient recovered after these illnesses and did not have a history of chronic cough, dyspnea, or exercise intolerance. Physical exam showed a well-appearing girl...