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RADIOLOGY: ABDOMEN: Case# 32811: BRONCHOGENIC CA WITH PANCREATIC METS. The patient is a 72-year-old female. 1. No evidence of hepatic metastases. 2. Multiple right adrenal masses compatible with metastatic bronchogenic carcinoma. 3. Pancreatic body mass. This is felt to represent metastatic focus from the known primary tumor. As this is a somewhat unusual location for metastasis, other possibilities, such as a primary pancreatic mass, may be considered, but this is felt much less likely. 4. Bibasilar interstitial disease and changes of emphysema.
- Peter Anderson
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- Thursday 1 August 2013