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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.


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

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_synpic18340: 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.