A 69-year-old man presents with a cough of 3 months’ duration. He has taken a variety of over-the-counter suppressants and received a course of antibiotics, without resolution. The cough is not position-related; it produces a small amount of sputum and recently flecks of blood as well.
A 69-Year-Old Former Smoker With Cough
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