José Vilar and Friends Case 24 (Update: Solution!)

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Today’s case shows a 35 year old woman with abdominal pain and weight loss.

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    7 Responses to : José Vilar and Friends Case 24 (Update: Solution!)

    1. Bledi says:

      Colorectal liver metastasis

    2. Astrid Ayala says:

      Metastatic liver lesions.

    3. ELM says:

      There’s a lung nodule in anterior segment of right upper lobe (better seen on lateral view). Multiple hipodense liver lesions (segments 8, 7 and 2) consistent with metastasis.

      I’d rule out lung primary tumor (including carcinoid, taking care of patient age) with liver metastatic disease.

    4. Pppp says:

      Could be liver metastases from mediastinal thymoma .

    5. kannan kanakaraj says:

      THERE IS AN ANTERIOR MEDIASTINAL MASS LESION-LYMPHNODES WITH MILD INDENTATION OF ANTERIOR TRACHEAL WALL IN LATERAL VIEW
      MILD ANTERIOR COMPRESSION OF T 10 VERTEBRA IN LATERAL VIEW
      BEAVER TAIL OF LEFT LOBE OF LIVER
      MULTIPLE FOCAL LESIONS IN BOTH LOBES OF LIVER
      METASTASIS OR LYMPHOMA

    6. Humberto Rosas Lavado says:

      OPACIDAD TENUE EN EL MEDIASTINO ANTERIOR :
      PERDIDA DE ALTURA DEL CUERPO VERTEBRAL DE D10
      MASAS HEPATICAS DE ASPECTO SECUNDARIO

    7. Humberto Rosas Lavado says:

      MASA RADIOOPACA EN EL MEDIASTINO ANTERIOR
      PERDIDA DE ALTURA DEL CUERPO VERTEBRAL DE D1O
      MASAS HEPATICAS ( 3) DE ASPECTO SECUNDARIO

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