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Anterior Mediastinal Teratoma

Arner DA - MedPix (2005)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Anterior Mediastinal Teratoma

History: 22yo female smoker with chronic persistent cough and scattered wheezes.

Findings: PA and lateral chest radiographs: Well-circumscribed lesion in left anterior thorax silhouetting the left hilum on frontal projection. No hilar lymphadenopathy appreciated. Mild interstitial thickening of the perihilar regions. CT: Large well-circumscribed mass within anterior mediastinum containing solid tissue components as well as fat and calcium. It has mass effect on adjacent structures without evidence of occlusion.

Ddx: Teratoma - benign or malignant Thymoma Lymphoma Thyroid mass Mediastinal cyst Metastatic disease Seminoma Embryonal tumor Lymphadenopathy

Exam: noncontributory

No MeSH data available.


Well-circumscribed lesion of left anterior thorax silhouetting the left hilum. No calcifications, no hilar lymphadenopathy. Mild interstitial thickening of perihilar regions. No pleural effusion.
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Anterior Mediastinal Teratoma

Arner DA - MedPix (2005)

Well-circumscribed lesion of left anterior thorax silhouetting the left hilum. No calcifications, no hilar lymphadenopathy. Mild interstitial thickening of perihilar regions. No pleural effusion.
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MPX1244_synpic26493: Well-circumscribed lesion of left anterior thorax silhouetting the left hilum. No calcifications, no hilar lymphadenopathy. Mild interstitial thickening of perihilar regions. No pleural effusion.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Anterior Mediastinal Teratoma

History: 22yo female smoker with chronic persistent cough and scattered wheezes.

Findings: PA and lateral chest radiographs: Well-circumscribed lesion in left anterior thorax silhouetting the left hilum on frontal projection. No hilar lymphadenopathy appreciated. Mild interstitial thickening of the perihilar regions. CT: Large well-circumscribed mass within anterior mediastinum containing solid tissue components as well as fat and calcium. It has mass effect on adjacent structures without evidence of occlusion.

Ddx: Teratoma - benign or malignant Thymoma Lymphoma Thyroid mass Mediastinal cyst Metastatic disease Seminoma Embryonal tumor Lymphadenopathy

Exam: noncontributory

No MeSH data available.