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MEDIASTINAL FIBROSIS

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: MEDIASTINAL FIBROSIS

History: Thirty-eight year old male presents to primary care complaining of chronic cough and shortness of breath that has significantly progressed over several days.

Findings: Pulmonary perfusion scan showing complete lack of perfusion to the left lung. CT pulmonary angiogram showed near complete occlusion of the left main pulmonary artery. CT pulmonary angiogram showing calcified mediastinal adenopathy and near complete opacificaton of the left main pulmonary artery.

Ddx: bronchogenic carcinoma, hyperlucent lung / Swyer-James syndrome, fibrosing mediastinitis, and post surgical change.

Dxhow: biopsy

Exam: unknown

No MeSH data available.


CT pulmonary angiogram showing calcificied mediastinal adenopathy with near complete opacificaton of the left main pulmonary artery. There is also dense consolidation of the posterior portion of the left lung seen in the image plane. A chest tube is also seen anteriorly secondary to a prior lung biopsy.
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MPX1445_synpic22851: CT pulmonary angiogram showing calcificied mediastinal adenopathy with near complete opacificaton of the left main pulmonary artery. There is also dense consolidation of the posterior portion of the left lung seen in the image plane. A chest tube is also seen anteriorly secondary to a prior lung biopsy.


MEDIASTINAL FIBROSIS

Scism JTS - MedPix

CT pulmonary angiogram showing calcificied mediastinal adenopathy with near complete opacificaton of the left main pulmonary artery. There is also dense consolidation of the posterior portion of the left lung seen in the image plane. A chest tube is also seen anteriorly secondary to a prior lung biopsy.
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MPX1445_synpic22851: CT pulmonary angiogram showing calcificied mediastinal adenopathy with near complete opacificaton of the left main pulmonary artery. There is also dense consolidation of the posterior portion of the left lung seen in the image plane. A chest tube is also seen anteriorly secondary to a prior lung biopsy.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: MEDIASTINAL FIBROSIS

History: Thirty-eight year old male presents to primary care complaining of chronic cough and shortness of breath that has significantly progressed over several days.

Findings: Pulmonary perfusion scan showing complete lack of perfusion to the left lung. CT pulmonary angiogram showed near complete occlusion of the left main pulmonary artery. CT pulmonary angiogram showing calcified mediastinal adenopathy and near complete opacificaton of the left main pulmonary artery.

Ddx: bronchogenic carcinoma, hyperlucent lung / Swyer-James syndrome, fibrosing mediastinitis, and post surgical change.

Dxhow: biopsy

Exam: unknown

No MeSH data available.