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Cases of synchronous carcinoma multiplex of the lung have been reported relatively infrequently. A case in which three carcinomas originated in the same lung is presented. Emphasis has been laid on the distribution of the respective metastases of each primary growth. The indications are that the differences in the patterns of metastasis of such multiple malignancies may throw new light on fundamental issues.
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