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Case 5997

Localized fibrous tumor of the pleura mimicking a pleural effusion

Author(s)
Santana Garcia, Maria Angeles; Rodriguez Delgado, Luisa Elena; Pascual Perez, Sonia; Gómez Ferrera, Nayra; Alventosa Fernandez, Elena; Gonzalez Gonzalez, Maria Candelaria; Bello Baez, Adan; Fuentes Alvarez, Julio.
 
Patient
female, 70 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Posteroanterior and lateral Chest radiograph.
     

    Posteroanterior and lateral Chest radiograph show homogeneous and well-circumscribed opacification occupying the lower two-thirds of the left hemithorax.

     

    Posteroanterior and lateral Chest radiograph showed homogeneous and well-circumscribed oppacification occupying the lower two-thirds of the left hemithorax.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Chest CT.
     

    Chest CT at different levels.

     

    Chest CT at different levels.

     

    Chest CT at different levels.

     

    Chest CT at different levels.

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Chest CT. Detail.

    Chest CT (detail). Branching linear structures of enhancement within the lesion, consistent with intralesional blood vessels

     
     
     
Posteroanterior and lateral Chest radiograph show homogeneous and well-circumscribed opacification occupying the lower two-thirds of the left hemithorax.
 
Posteroanterior and lateral Chest radiograph showed homogeneous and well-circumscribed oppacification occupying the lower two-thirds of the left hemithorax.
 
Chest CT at different levels.
 
Chest CT at different levels.
 
Chest CT at different levels.
 
Chest CT at different levels.
 
Chest CT (detail). Branching linear structures of enhancement within the lesion, consistent with intralesional blood vessels
 
 
 
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