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Metastatic rare nodule and Pleural Effusion from papillary thyroid cancer

A female patient 59 years old, underwent surgery for papillary thyroid cancer 9 years prior to this scan. She felt fatigued, expressed malaise, dry and irritating cough, shallow breath (as if unable to breathe air), pain in the right side of the back. The patient underwent a CT scan of the thorax before treatment. On this low-dose CT scan (BEFORE the treatment), utilising axial tomogram we see a pleural effusion to the right, 68mm in thickness. In the apical left region, a subpleural micro node of diameter up to 4mm as well as a node in the superior segment of the left inferior lobe with a diameter of 6mm. In lung parenchyma bilaterally there are few micronodular changes with a diameter up to 4mm. Considering the primary malignant diagnosis, it is concluded that the malignancy has spread to the lungs and pleura.

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Snezana Stojanovic

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2000 x 1660 pixels

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7 x 6 inches / 17 x 14 cm

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