Tuberc Respir Dis.  2000 Aug;49(2):225-230. 10.4046/trd.2000.49.2.225.

Two cases of intrabronchial neurilemmoma


Neurilemmoma is rare benign tumor originating from the Schwann cell of the nerve sheath. Intrabronchial neurilemmoma are extremely rare and only few cases have been reported previously in Korea. Neurilemmoma at all ages but are most common in persons between the ages of 20 and 50 years. It affects the head, neck, flexor regions of the extremities. Neurilemmoma was confirmed histologically because of the presence of Verocay bodies, Antoni A or B tissue pattern and of S-100 protein. We report two cases of intrabronchial neurilemmoma with chronic coughing and nonspecific radiologic findings.


Intrabronchial neurilemmoma; Benign tumor; Schwann cell
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