Digital Slide Seminar: Day 2 - Mediastinal Pathology
65 years old female, an ex-smoker with underlying hypertension and dyslipidemia.
Presented with Anterior Mediastinal mass. CT-thorax (8/11/2016) : Left sided anterior mediastinal mass (7.5cm x 6.7cm x 6.9cm) with right supraclavicular nodal enlargement and multiple subcentimeter nodes.
63 years old female with underlying hypertension, presented with hemoptysis.
Presented with Anterior chest wall mass.
CT-TA : Mediastinal mass adhering to rib.
Biopsy done under CTS (19/7/2017): Normal musculoskeletal tissue.
63 years old gentleman, a smoker, presented with cough and shortness of breath for 1 month.
CECT thorax: mediastinal mass compressing pulmonary vein, SVC.
Bronchoscopy: Presence of intraluminal mass.
AA,26 years old female, presented with fever, shortness of breath upon exertion and non-productive cough 3/12. Sputum AFB negative x3. CXR- large posterior mediastinal mass with pericardial effusion. CECT thorax- huge heterogenous minimally enhancing mediastinal mass. Bilateral pleural effusion, worse on left side with adjacent consolidative changes on the right side. Impression anterior mediastinal mass highly suspicious of lymphoma.
NSP, 65 years old male, Anterior mediastinal mass, global pericardial effusion with right ventricle compression. Underwent anterior mediastinal mass and left thoracotomy.