AuthorTravaline, John M.
Criner, Gerard J.
Ming, Pen-Ming L.
DepartmentPulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
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AbstractThe case is presented of a patient in whom the diagnosis of Klinefelter's syndrome was made only after a mediastinal teratoma was discovered. Chest physicians should be aware of this association since they are often the first to evaluate patients with mediastinal masses.
CitationTravaline JM, Criner GJ, Ming PM, Kueppers F. Anterior mediastinal mass in a young man. Thorax. 1994;49(3):283-284. doi:10.1136/thx.49.3.283.
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Has partThorax, Vol. 49, Iss. 3
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