Hilar lung cancer
Biopsy proven lung cancer. Follow up on chemotherapy. Disease status?
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Large spiculated left hilar mass. Hyperinflated lungs in keeping with COPD. Tiny left sided pleural effusion.
Typical appearances of a hilar lung malignancy. The spiculated margins are very indicative of malignancy. The hilar angle is completely obliterated.
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