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Eunhee S Yi – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • a 52 year old woman with an Abdominal Mass bilateral pulmonary nodules and mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy
    Chest, 2019
    Co-Authors: Benjamin J Van Treeck, Daniel A Gehlbach, Gregory H Foster, Marie Christine Aubry, Thomas V Colby, Eunhee S Yi

    Abstract:

    Case Presentation A 52-year-old, nonsmoking, African-American woman with a history of obesity, hypertension, and rheumatoid arthritis was referred for workup of multiple bilateral pulmonary nodules. The pulmonary nodules were discovered incidentally while undergoing a CT scan for an Abdominal Mass that was radiographically diagnosed as a uterine leiomyoma. She was asymptomatic from a pulmonary standpoint without unintentional weight loss, fevers, or night sweats. Her mother and sister had a history of lung cancer. She was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis 5 years earlier that was controlled with adalimumab for approximately 3 years when she stopped being seen by her rheumatologist and discontinued adalimumab. During evaluation for the Abdominal Mass, she re-established care with a rheumatologist and was started on 40 mg prednisone daily with plans to restart adalimumab once the workup for the Abdominal Mass and pulmonary nodules was completed. She had undergone bariatric surgery with cholecystectomy approximately 5 years earlier, after which she experienced intentional postsurgical weight loss.

Benjamin J Van Treeck – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • a 52 year old woman with an Abdominal Mass bilateral pulmonary nodules and mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy
    Chest, 2019
    Co-Authors: Benjamin J Van Treeck, Daniel A Gehlbach, Gregory H Foster, Marie Christine Aubry, Thomas V Colby, Eunhee S Yi

    Abstract:

    Case Presentation A 52-year-old, nonsmoking, African-American woman with a history of obesity, hypertension, and rheumatoid arthritis was referred for workup of multiple bilateral pulmonary nodules. The pulmonary nodules were discovered incidentally while undergoing a CT scan for an Abdominal Mass that was radiographically diagnosed as a uterine leiomyoma. She was asymptomatic from a pulmonary standpoint without unintentional weight loss, fevers, or night sweats. Her mother and sister had a history of lung cancer. She was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis 5 years earlier that was controlled with adalimumab for approximately 3 years when she stopped being seen by her rheumatologist and discontinued adalimumab. During evaluation for the Abdominal Mass, she re-established care with a rheumatologist and was started on 40 mg prednisone daily with plans to restart adalimumab once the workup for the Abdominal Mass and pulmonary nodules was completed. She had undergone bariatric surgery with cholecystectomy approximately 5 years earlier, after which she experienced intentional postsurgical weight loss.

C K Li – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • clinical presentations and imaging findings of neuroblastoma beyond Abdominal Mass and a review of imaging algorithm
    British Journal of Radiology, 2011
    Co-Authors: Darshana D Rasalkar, Y J Hu, F W T Cheng, C K Li

    Abstract:

    Neuroblastoma is one of the most common malignant neoplasms in childhood. The most common clinical presentation of this tumour is Abdominal Mass. However, affected children may have various clinical presentations as a result of disseminated metastatic disease or associated paraneoplastic syndromes at the time of diagnosis. In this article we have outlined the imaging findings in seven patients with “extra-Abdominal” presentation of neuroblastoma and the pitfalls in making the correct diagnosis. The purpose of this pictorial review is to alert the general radiologist to the possible presentations of this common childhood malignancy to derive early detection and diagnosis.