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Case 7903

A brain Stimulating Case

Author(s)
Gough V, Hanlon R, Curtis J.
 
Patient
male, 74 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    PA chest radiograph

    shows a deep brain stimulator device which obscures some of the lung field in the left mid zone; note that the leads of this device are directed cranially

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    CT thorax

    CT thorax (lung windows) - there are bilateral upper lobe masses anteriorly, both of which have “comet tail” converging bronchovascular markings adjacent to thickened pleurae, which are typical features of rounded...

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    CT thorax

    In the CT thorax -(lung windows) there are bilateral upper lobe masses anteriorly, both of which have “comet tail” converging bronchovascular markings adjacent to thickened pleurae, which are typical features of...

     
     
     
  • Figure 4
    CT thorax

    mediastinal windows - Mass in right upper lobe. Note is again made of the neurostimulator device in the soft tissue of the anterior chest wall.

     
     
     
shows a deep brain stimulator device which obscures some of the lung field in the left mid zone; note that the leads of this device are directed cranially
 
CT thorax (lung windows) - there are bilateral upper lobe masses anteriorly, both of which have “comet tail” converging bronchovascular markings adjacent to thickened pleurae, which are typical features of rounded atelectasis.
 
In the CT thorax -(lung windows) there are bilateral upper lobe masses anteriorly, both of which have “comet tail” converging bronchovascular markings adjacent to thickened pleurae, which are typical features of rounded atelectasis.
 
mediastinal windows - Mass in right upper lobe. Note is again made of the neurostimulator device in the soft tissue of the anterior chest wall.
 
 
 
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