09 August 2021>: Articles
Autopsy Case of Pfeiffer Syndrome Type 2, a Phenotype of Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor-Associated Craniosynostosis Syndromes, with Tracheal Cartilage Sleeve and Abnormal Hyperplasia of Bronchial Cartilages
Rare diseaseShin-ya Katsuragi A , Etsuko Hirose A , Yoshifumi Arai A , Yoshiro Otsuki C* , Shigeru Ohki B , Hiroshi Kobayashi A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e932450
Figure 3. (A) Dilated bronchi are found at the hilar areas of the lungs (photograph of cut surfaces of bilateral lungs). (B) Irregularly overlapping and non-fused cartilages of various sizes and shapes surround the bronchi (hematoxylin and eosin staining [H&E], low-magnification view of the lung, adjacent to bronchi). (C) Mixed foci of old and new bronchopneumonia are found (H&E, low magnification of the lung).