A Mineralized Area in the Thorax: What is the Meaning?
In everyday practice, we can come across mineralized structures found in the thorax that shouldn’t be there: For example, mineralized long nodules and mineralization of the bronchi of the lung parenchyma. These lesions are challenging, especially when we are looking for lung metastasis or evidence of chronic bronchitis. This lecture wants to provide keynotes on how to interpret a mineralized “lesion” in the thorax.
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