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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: XXXX with contrast dated XXXX

Indication: Sarcoidosis

Findings: There are no focal airspace opacities within the lungs. There is a 1 cm nodular density projecting in the right midlung between the third and fourth right anterior ribs which does not appear to be present on the prior XXXX. To the pulmonary interstitium is not clear, making it the vasculature somewhat indistinct in the mid and lower lungs. This may reflect XXXX parenchymal nodules. XXXX nodules were identified on the prior chest CT. Mediastinal contours appear grossly normal. There are small calcified left hilar lymph XXXX. The heart and pulmonary XXXX otherwise appear normal. Pleural spaces appear clear.

Impression: 1. XXXX 1 XXXX nodular density seen on the PA view only projecting in the right midlung. Recommend noncontrasted enhanced XXXX for evaluation of this nodule. Does this patient have known XXXX factors for malignancy? 2. Somewhat indistinct pulmonary interstitium possibly reflecting underlying pulmonary sarcoidosis

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: XXXX with contrast dated XXXX

Indication: Sarcoidosis

Findings: There are no focal airspace opacities within the lungs. There is a 1 cm nodular density projecting in the right midlung between the third and fourth right anterior ribs which does not appear to be present on the prior XXXX. To the pulmonary interstitium is not clear, making it the vasculature somewhat indistinct in the mid and lower lungs. This may reflect XXXX parenchymal nodules. XXXX nodules were identified on the prior chest CT. Mediastinal contours appear grossly normal. There are small calcified left hilar lymph XXXX. The heart and pulmonary XXXX otherwise appear normal. Pleural spaces appear clear.

Impression: 1. XXXX 1 XXXX nodular density seen on the PA view only projecting in the right midlung. Recommend noncontrasted enhanced XXXX for evaluation of this nodule. Does this patient have known XXXX factors for malignancy? 2. Somewhat indistinct pulmonary interstitium possibly reflecting underlying pulmonary sarcoidosis

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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