mediastinal tumor

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mediastinal tumor

Surgery Any benign or malignant mediastinal mass–eg, epithelial lesions, lymphomas, thymoma, pseudotumors. See Mediastinum.
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Quality of life after anterior mediastinal mass resection: a prospective study comparing open with robotic-assisted thoracoscopic resection.
A CT scan was performed which demonstrated a large anterior mediastinal mass in the right hemithorax with smooth margins and linear calcification.
Computed tomography (CT) of the thorax shows a large anterior mediastinal mass measuring 5.6cm x 10.7cm x 9.5cm causing compression to the pulmonary trunk and left atrium (Figure 2 a-c).
A 72 years female with an anterior mediastinal mass morphologically displayed organoid clusters, ribbons, festoons and sheets of polygonal tumour cells having pleomorphic oval nuclei, fine chromatin indistinct nucleoli and eosinophilic granular cytoplasm.
The most common anterior mediastinal mass in children is lymphoma.
Series of lab tests showed a mild normocytic anemia with mild lymphocytosis, while a preoperative chest computed tomography scan, showed a 15 cm anterior mediastinal mass with no involvement of the adjacent structures: superior vena cava, pericardium, or pleura.
Additionally, a large (8 cm x 9 cm x 8 cm) heterogeneous left anterior mediastinal mass with mixed solid and cystic architecture was noted.
Jablons, "Salmonella infection in an anterior mediastinal mass," Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, vol.
Patients with an anterior mediastinal mass observed on antecedent CT, MRI, or FDG-PET were enrolled in this study.
An echocardiogram revealed a large anterior mediastinal mass with bilateral pleural effusions.
Report of a case presenting as an anterior mediastinal mass," American Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.

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