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The other three presentations are asbestos-related pleural disease, bronchogenic carcinoma, and malignant mesothelioma.
An SPN containing an air bronchogram, bronchiologram, or cystic lucencies is highly suggestive of bronchogenic carcinoma, specifically adenocarcinoma (Figure 13).
35-37) Serum Cu has also been found elevated in bronchogenic carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma of the larynx.
This case illustrates the difficulties encountered in the diagnosis of an endobronchial foreign body where the presentation is delayed, with little initial history of aspiration, the potential confusion with the endobronchial appearance of bronchogenic carcinoma and the rare presentation of recurrent empyema.
Lessons to be learned: a case study approach: metastatic bronchogenic carcinoma presenting as a gluteal abscess.
While any organ may be involved, lung involvement is most common, manifesting either as a lobar infiltrate resembling a bacterial pneumonia, a miliary infiltration similar to tuberculosis, or as a large mass that is initially suspected of being a bronchogenic carcinoma.
By carefully documenting his own experience and through thoughtful analysis of his data, he developed an approach to management of bronchogenic carcinoma that forms the basis of what we do today.
Thursday morning the internist received the radiologist's written X-ray report with a diagnosis of "probable bronchogenic carcinoma.
It is common in acute or chronic pulmonary diseases, such as bronchiectasis, lung abscess, emphysema, or bronchogenic carcinoma.
Secondary spontaneous pneumothorax occurs in patients having underlying pulmonary pathologies such as COPD, cystic fibrosis, status asthmaticus, interstitial lung disease, and bronchogenic carcinoma.
The differential diagnosis for such a finding on chest radiograph or axial-CT images include other solitary pulmonary nodules, such as bronchogenic carcinoma and metastatic disease, hamartoma, tuberculoma, and bronchogenic cyst, to name a few.
78,84-86) The presence of an intrapulmonary mass suggests the diagnosis of bronchogenic carcinoma rather than mesothelioma.
20) The two major known risk factors for bronchogenic carcinoma are smoking and asbestos exposure, and these risk factors have a synergistic effect.
1) The common causes of hemoptysis are bronchogenic carcinoma and other bronchial tumors, bronchiectasis, and pulmonary tuberculosis.