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Samira M Sadowski, Emanuel Christ, Benoit Bédat, Attila Kollár, Wolfram Karenovics, Aurel Perren, Frédéric Triponez, and on behalf of the SwissNET registry

metastasizes locally to hilar lymph nodes, and also distally to other organs ( 5 ). Regarding the management of pulmonary carcinoids, Caplin and coworkers ( 6 ) have published a recent European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society expert consensus with

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Tiina Vesterinen, Teijo Kuopio, Maarit Ahtiainen, Aija Knuuttila, Harri Mustonen, Kaisa Salmenkivi, Johanna Arola, and Caj Haglund

Introduction Pulmonary carcinoid (PC) tumors are low- and intermediate-grade neoplasms that are subdivided into typical carcinoid (TC) and atypical carcinoid (AC) based on the mitotic count and presence of necrosis ( 1 ). PCs belong to

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Richard P Steeds, Vandana Sagar, Shishir Shetty, Tessa Oelofse, Harjot Singh, Raheel Ahmad, Elizabeth Bradley, Rachel Moore, Suzanne Vickrage, Stacey Smith, Ivan Yim, Yasir S Elhassan, Hema Venkataraman, John Ayuk, Stephen Rooney, and Tahir Shah

Bhabra MS Steeds RP . Transcatheter pulmonary and tricuspid valve-in-valve replacement for bioprosthesis degeneration in carcinoid heart disease . European Heart Journal Cardiovascular Imaging 2016 114 . (

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Filippo Ceccato, Diego Cecchin, Michele Gregianin, Giacomo Ricci, Cristina Campi, Filippo Crimì, Marta Bergamo, Annibale Versari, Carmelo Lacognata, Federico Rea, Mattia Barbot, and Carla Scaroni

despite a meticulous and extended follow-up ( 4 , 7 ). The most common tumours in EAS are thoracic (lung or mediastinal carcinoids, small cell-lung carcinoma SCLC, thymic tumours and medullary thyroid carcinomas) or abdominal neoplasms (islet cell tumours

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B C M Hermans, J L Derks, H J M Groen, J A Stigt, R J van Suylen, L M Hillen, E C van den Broek, E J M Speel, and A-M C Dingemans

alterations between atypical carcinoid and LCNEC for TP53 , RB1 and MEN1 ( 7 , 9 ). Figure 1 Ki-67 proliferation indices (PIs) in the spectrum of pulmonary neuroendocrine neoplasms. Carcinoids have a Ki-67 PI ≤20%, whereas LCNEC and SCLC generally

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Katherine Van Loon, Li Zhang, Jennifer Keiser, Cendy Carrasco, Katherine Glass, Maria-Teresa Ramirez, Sarah Bobiak, Eric K Nakakura, Alan P Venook, Manisha H Shah, and Emily K Bergsland

. Patients were required to have a second visit within 6 months of initial presentation for inclusion in the database. The following rare tumor types were excluded: poorly differentiated pulmonary tumors, high-grade pulmonary or bronchial carcinoids, tumors

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Majunath R Goroshi, Swati S Jadhav, Anurag R Lila, Rajeev Kasaliwal, Shruti Khare, Chaitanya G Yerawar, Priya Hira, Uday Phadke, Hina Shah, Vikram R Lele, Gaurav Malhotra, Tushar Bandgar, and Nalini S Shah

# 0 3 (lung nodules)** 0 0 107 53 NA – Bilateral adrenalectomy ACTH, adrenocorticotrophic hormone; LDDS, low-dose dexamethasone suppression; BPC, bronchopulmonary carcinoid; DIPNECH, diffuse idiopathic pulmonary neuroendocrine

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David C Llewellyn, Rajaventhan Srirajaskanthan, Royce P Vincent, Catherine Guy, Eftychia E Drakou, Simon J B Aylwin, Ashley B Grossman, John K Ramage, and Georgios K Dimitriadis

, parathyroid glands, larynx, oesophagus, thymus, lung, small intestine, liver, bladder and adrenals, all of which can resemble MTC histologically ( 3 , 5 , 10 , 12 ). Around 1% of normal pulmonary tissue is made up of neuroendocrine cells, which can be

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M S Elston, V B Crawford, M Swarbrick, M S Dray, M Head, and J V Conaglen

with EAS. The most common are those of neuroendocrine origin, namely small-cell lung carcinoma (3.3–50%), bronchial carcinoid (4.8–38.9%), thymic carcinoid (4.7–10.6%), medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC) (1.9–11.6%), gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine

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Giulia Bresciani, Angeliki Ditsiou, Chiara Cilibrasi, Viviana Vella, Federico Rea, Marco Schiavon, Narciso Giorgio Cavallesco, Georgios Giamas, Maria Chiara Zatelli, and Teresa Gagliano

malignancies originating from different parts of the human body. More than one half (about 70%) occurs in the gastrointestinal tract, while the other 25% occurs mostly in the broncho-pulmonary system ( 3 , 4 ). NENs that affect the bronchial tree are called