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Case of the Month - June 2014

Dr Jeannine van Lochem, SASTM

A 59 year old male patient with hypertension who smoked for 40 years was admitted for a prostate biopsy in January 2012. This proved to be an adenocarcinoma with a Gleason score of 7. A chest X-ray (CXR) was ordered as part of his work-up, and an abnormal mass was seen in the left upper lung. The mass was vaguely circumscribed.

Question 1: What would be your differential diagnosis for this lesion be?

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