Caceres’ Corner Case 188(Update: Solution!)

Dear Friends,

Hope you had a very good summer. I am back with a case from my good friend Alberto Villanueva. This PA chest radiograph belongs to a 57-year-old man with dyspnoea. More images will be shown on Wednesday.

What do you see?

Check the image below, leave your thoughts in the comments section, and come back on Friday for the answer.

Dear friends,

showing enhanced axial CT.

What do you see?

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Sep 2018
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5 Responses to : Caceres’ Corner Case 188(Update: Solution!)

  1. ALBERTO MONTEMAYOR says:

    Signo de Luftsichel por colapso del lobulo superior izquierdo.
    La patologia mas frecuente con este colapso es un cancer broncogenico

  2. ana says:

    Hello!
    Left lung is hazy opacity and hemidiaphragm is elevation. Left hilis is more high then right — LUL collapse (due Cr?)
    Aortic knob is calcification .
    Hyperinflation of the right lung.

  3. Mauro says:

    Hi,
    The lesion obstructing the bronchus contains fat, so it is probably an endobronchial hamartoma.

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