A Rare Case of Tracheobronchial Anomaly: Tracheal Bronchus

  • Cihan Bedel Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Health Sciences, Antalya Training and Research Hospital, Antalya, Turkey http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3823-2929
  • Sefa Türkoğlu Denizli State Hospital, Department of Radiology, Denizli, Turkey
Keywords: Tracheal Bronchus, Hemoptysis, Trachea


Tracheal bronchus is a rare congenital bronchial anomaly with a prevalence of 0.1-5.0%. The anomaly is generally asymptomatic in adults and detected incidentally bronchoscopy or radiologic examinations. Herein we report a case of tracheal bronchus in an adult male presenting with recurrent haemoptysis and cough.


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How to Cite
Bedel C, Türkoğlu S. A Rare Case of Tracheobronchial Anomaly: Tracheal Bronchus. CRCP. 3(2):62-63.
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