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Typical Bronchial Carcinoid

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Typical Bronchial Carcinoid

History: 66yo asymptomatic female with significant past smoking history and abnormal, incidental chest finding on routine EBCT.

Findings: PA/Lat CXR: There is irregularity to the contour of the right hilum on the PA view. On the lateral view, there is a central, RML nodule which when going back to the PA, can barely be seen. Axial CT: Note the round, smooth nodule just anterior to the takeoff of the medial RML bronchus. There is no calcification, and no strong enhancement with intravenous contrast. The lesion does not appear to involve the bronchial lumen. Coronal CT reformation: Round nodule superior to the RML bronchus again demonstrated.

Ddx: Hilar LAD Primary Bronchial Neoplasm Primary Lung Neoplasm Metastatic Disease

Dxhow: Confirmed by bronchoscopy and biopsy

Exam: Asymptomatic. Initial labs (CBC/Chem) WNL.

No MeSH data available.


1.8cm right middle lobe nodule.
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Typical Bronchial Carcinoid

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1.8cm right middle lobe nodule.
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MPX1075_synpic20512: 1.8cm right middle lobe nodule.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Typical Bronchial Carcinoid

History: 66yo asymptomatic female with significant past smoking history and abnormal, incidental chest finding on routine EBCT.

Findings: PA/Lat CXR: There is irregularity to the contour of the right hilum on the PA view. On the lateral view, there is a central, RML nodule which when going back to the PA, can barely be seen. Axial CT: Note the round, smooth nodule just anterior to the takeoff of the medial RML bronchus. There is no calcification, and no strong enhancement with intravenous contrast. The lesion does not appear to involve the bronchial lumen. Coronal CT reformation: Round nodule superior to the RML bronchus again demonstrated.

Ddx: Hilar LAD Primary Bronchial Neoplasm Primary Lung Neoplasm Metastatic Disease

Dxhow: Confirmed by bronchoscopy and biopsy

Exam: Asymptomatic. Initial labs (CBC/Chem) WNL.

No MeSH data available.