Thoracoabdominal hydatid cysts
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Right upper quadrant pain and fullness on physical exam.
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A 165×120×130 mm unilocular thick walled cystic lesion is noted at the right liver lobe, which causes right hemidiaphragm elevation. No calcification or enhancing solid components are pointed out within.
In imaged portions of the lower thorax, a 58×46 mm cystic lesion with a similar appearance is also noted at the anteromedial aspect of the right lung.
Features on CT images are most consistent with thoracoabdominal hydatid cysts (serologic correlation).