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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, with a dry and irritating cough, shallow breath (as if unable to breathe air), pain in the right side of her back. The patient underwent a CT scan of the thorax before treatment. On this low-dose CT scan (BEFORE the treatment), utilising axial tomogram (lung window) 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 1668 pixels

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7 x 6 inches / 17 x 14 cm

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