Metastatic rare nodule and Pleural Effusion from papillary thyroid cancer - stock photo
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Metastatic rare nodule and Pleural Effusion from papillary thyroid cancer

A male patient, 47 years old, underwent surgery for papillary thyroid cancer in the past. AFTER the chemotherapy treatment, which took 4 months, this patient underwent a CT contrast-enhanced scan of the thorax to assess the response of the applied therapy. On this CT scan utilising post-contrast axial tomogram (arterial phase - lung window), in the lung parenchyma on the left, as well as in the lung parenchyma on the right, no changes are observed according to the type of secondary deposits. Right pleural cavity-free, left without signs of pleural effusion with minor adhesions posterior to the visceral pleura. The conclusion was that there was a complete response to the applied chemotherapy - the disappearance of all lesions - without signs of active metastatic disease.

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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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