Endotracheal stent increased survival length in patients with invasive thymic adenocarcinoma
the endotracheal stent, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. After 1 year, the patient developed gastric aspiration and tracheoesophageal fstula; therefore, the esophageal stent was placed. Te outcome was lethal, but the placement of endotracheal stent signifcantly increased a length of survival for the patient with invasive thymic adenocarcinoma.
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