Adenocarcinoma of the lung with chest wall invasion
Passive smoker presented with a history of intractable back pain not responding to conservative therapy.
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A large, well-defined peripheral lung mass in the left lower lobe causing destruction of the adjacent ribs as well as extension into the soft tissues of the chest wall. A low-attenuating lesion is also seen in the right adrenal gland, likely representing a metastasis from lung carcinoma.
Biopsy performed under ultrasound guidance.
Histopathology confirmed adenocarcinoma of the lung.