Caceres’ Corner Case 101 (Update: Solution)

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Dear Friends,

Muppet is feeling very guilty about the difficulty of case 100. To regain your sympathy, he has selected an easy case: radiographs belong to a 53-year-old woman with moderate pain in the right hemithorax for the last six months. Where is the lesion?

1. Lung
2. Mediastinum
3. Pleura/chest wall
4. Can’t tell

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


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    22 Responses to : Caceres’ Corner Case 101 (Update: Solution)

    1. dr elsayed kotb says:

      pleura-chest wall

    2. Rilinda Cela says:

      Lung

    3. Jose caceres says:

      Due to an informatic snafu, wrong images were posted. Right ones are now on. Sorry

    4. Mohammed Atea Ahmed says:

      pleural based lesion due to obtuse angle with the anterior chest wall

    5. MOHAMMED H ABU AISH says:

      Most probably pleural lesion due to wide pripheral base and narrower medial apex

    6. Eola says:

      I would say pleural/chest wall based…though it looks too easy:)

    7. sht says:

      pleura/chest wall

    8. Mitu Eduard says:

      Pleura/chest wall- incomplete border sign

    9. Mitu Eduard says:

      Pleural/chest wall- incomplete border sign

    10. Mitu Eduard says:

      Solitary fibrous tumor of the pleura- often forms an obtuse angle with the chest wall

    11. gus says:

      Could be Extrathoracic mass ?

    12. dreemer says:

      massive goitter

    13. El rayo says:

      Incomplete border sign (on the lateral view) with obtuse angles, so I would say pleura/chest wall

    14. mahwash says:

      pleura

    15. King2168 says:

      Mediastinum

    16. genchi bari italia says:

      ….in AP , sfumati appaiono i bordi….in LL l’angolo di raccordo con il polmone è ottuso….massa della parete, la cui natura è demandata alla TC….penso comunque ad un tumore fibroso della pleura….

    17. Jonathan says:

      Chest wall. Incomplete border sign on PA and question of R 1st and 2nd rib destruction. At the very least, not in the lungs.

    18. genchi bari italy says:

      …complimenti “anche” ad Mitu e Genchi Bari, che hanno “anche” fatto la diagnosi di “natura”! Grandissimo professore !!!!!

    19. Hamed says:

      pleura/chest wall benign lesion

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