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Adenocarcinoma (poorly differentiated)

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Adenocarcinoma (poorly differentiated)

History: 55 yo WM presented with a 3 week hx of fatigue, fever, SOB, and myalgias. The patient has no significant past medical or surgical hx. He has an 80-pack year smoking hx and his mother died of lung ca.

Findings: AP chest radiograph: right upper lobe mass, right hilar mass, right pleural thickening with several right masses along the junction of the pleura and lung.

Ddx: Mass differential includes: malignancy, granulomatous disease, inflammation, benign neoplasm, and congenital abnormality

Dxhow: Pathology diagnosis was Adenocarcinoma (poorly differentiated)

Exam: Physical exam was significant for coarse breath sounds bilaterally (R=L). The patient also had a diffuse maculopapular rash at presentation. \10.5/ 130/94/24 33------600 ------------ 103 / 32 \ 4.9 /31/.8, AST 60, ALT 66, Tbili .3, PT 14.7, PTT 33

No MeSH data available.


AP chest radiograph: right upper lobe mass, right hilar mass, right pleural thickening with several right masses along the junction of the pleura and lung.
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Adenocarcinoma (poorly differentiated)

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

AP chest radiograph: right upper lobe mass, right hilar mass, right pleural thickening with several right masses along the junction of the pleura and lung.
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MPX2478_synpic18339: AP chest radiograph: right upper lobe mass, right hilar mass, right pleural thickening with several right masses along the junction of the pleura and lung.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Adenocarcinoma (poorly differentiated)

History: 55 yo WM presented with a 3 week hx of fatigue, fever, SOB, and myalgias. The patient has no significant past medical or surgical hx. He has an 80-pack year smoking hx and his mother died of lung ca.

Findings: AP chest radiograph: right upper lobe mass, right hilar mass, right pleural thickening with several right masses along the junction of the pleura and lung.

Ddx: Mass differential includes: malignancy, granulomatous disease, inflammation, benign neoplasm, and congenital abnormality

Dxhow: Pathology diagnosis was Adenocarcinoma (poorly differentiated)

Exam: Physical exam was significant for coarse breath sounds bilaterally (R=L). The patient also had a diffuse maculopapular rash at presentation. \10.5/ 130/94/24 33------600 ------------ 103 / 32 \ 4.9 /31/.8, AST 60, ALT 66, Tbili .3, PT 14.7, PTT 33

No MeSH data available.