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On the frontal chest X-ray, there is an extra-pulmonary (pleural) rounded & well-defined mass in projection of the right upper lobe, which is possibly calcified, and associated with a diaphragmatic peak sign. On the lateral view, there is actually possibly three calcified pleural mass. The findings are atypical for mesothelioma, but this diagnosis should be excluded in the presence of asbestos exposure. Pleural metastases would be an alternate diagnosis. Loculated pleural effusion is less probable.