Pulmonary lymphoma

Case contributed by A.Prof Frank Gaillard
CT

Ill-defined nodules are present in both lungs, many of which show distinct and prominent air bronchograms. Scattered cystic changes are present in both lungs, some of which may
represent dilated bronchi. Elsewhere, there are mild areas of bronchial wall thickening. The hilar and mediastinal structures are normal.

Conclusion: 

Multifocal pulmonary nodules, exhibiting features typical of lymphoma. The largest mass has increased in size. There are generalized airway changes bilaterally which may represent a combination of bronchiectasis and emphysema.

Case Discussion

This case was subsequently confirmed to be lymphoma. Case courtesy of Dr Laura Jimenez Juan.

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Case information

rID: 9481
Published: 22nd Apr 2010
Last edited: 13th Jun 2018
System: Chest
Inclusion in quiz mode: Excluded

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