Caceres’ Corner Case 182 (Update: Solution!)

Dear Friends,

Today I am showing chest radiographs of a 52-year-old man with liver cirrhosis and moderate dyspnoea. What do you see?

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    Apr 2018
    DISCUSSION 7 Comments

    7 Responses to : Caceres’ Corner Case 182 (Update: Solution!)

    1. Alexander Quiroz says:

      Low lung volumes. Prominent bilateral hilar regions. Small nodule or mass in the anterior right lower lobe. DDX primary malignancy vs metastatic disease.

    2. MK says:

      Good moorning!!!
      There is a left costal fracture on the 7 posterior arc.
      In the lateral x-ray there is a nodular opacity with well defined margins proyected over the cardiac apex

    3. Mk says:

      I think that there is a nodule in the right lower lobe over the diaphram but there is a similar lesion over the left one…. If the man is cirrotic perhpas he has gynecomastia but then the position on the lateral view is rare…..

    4. Genchi bari italia says:

      Prof…..è’ dilatata la v. azygos….l’ opacità in sede cardiofrenica anteriore, potrebbe rappresentare un circolo collaterale nell’ ambito della ipertensione portale e S. epato-polmonare…..

    5. Sumit Chakraborty says:

      Rt fissural pseudotumour or phantom tumor

    6. KMK says:

      Prominent PA, RV enlargement history of cirrhosis
      Porto pulmonary HTN