A case of pulmonary endometriosis is reported, to illustrate the classic catamenial symptoms of the disease. The patient also developed symptoms and signs suggesting a perforated abdominal viscus; laparotomy was normal and the features may have resulted from a previously unreported effect of diaphragmatic endometrial foci.
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