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Figure 1 The many faces of endobrachial tuberculosis. Top left: Edematous appearance of left upper lobe bronchus. Top right: Stenotic right middle and lower lobe bronchus. Middle left: Excessive bronchorrhea of the main trachea. Middle right: Erythematous bronchial wall with the presence of caseous material. Lower left: Tumorous lesion at the right upper lobe. Lower right: Caseous material on a background of edematous bronchia wall.

Figure 1 The many faces of endobrachial tuberculosis. Top left: Edematous appearance of left upper lobe bronchus. Top right: Stenotic right middle and lower lobe bronchus. Middle left: Excessive bronchorrhea of the main trachea. Middle right: Erythematous bronchial wall with the presence of caseous material. Lower left: Tumorous lesion at the right upper lobe. Lower right: Caseous material on a background of edematous bronchia wall.