CASE PRESENTATION: A 66 year-old male with a long history of tobacco abuse presented with a 5-month history of cough and wheezing followed by development of minimal hemoptysis. In the past, he was treated with several courses of antibiotics for presumed bronchitis with no improvement. Lung examination revealed localized expiratory wheezes over the right lower lung (RLL) zone. Chest x-ray was unremarkable. Chest CT scan showed a 1.3 cm endobronchial soft tissue lesion in the RLL bronchus with distal post-obstructive changes and atelectasis (Fig. 1). Bronchoscopy was performed and revealed a fleshy, lobulated endobronchial mass causing near-complete occlusion of the RLL bronchus (Fig. 2). Biopsy demonstrated papillary proliferation composed of fibrovascular cores with acute and chronic inflammation, lined by both glandular and metaplastic squamous epithelium without atypia, dysplasia, or definitive stromal invasion. PET scan only showed a max SUV of 1.6 over the RLL lesion. Repeat bronchoscopy, mechanical debridement, and excision of the mass using argon plasma coagulation were performed, restoring patency of the RLL bronchus. Pathology of the mass again confirmed solitary endobronchial papilloma (SEP), and the patient’s symptoms resolved after excision.