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391 Possible Causes for Mediastinal Mass, Right Pleural Effusion

  • Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    The patient presented initially with persistent cough and an anterior mediastinal mass and had no bone marrow or CNS involvement at diagnosis.[] Lymphoblastic lymphoma: high-grade lymphoma, which often manifests with a mediastinal mass, superior vena cava syndrome and meningeal disease with cranial nerve palsies.[] Lymphoblastic lymphoma, a high-grade lymphoma, often manifests with an anterior superior mediastinal mass, superior vena cava (SVC) syndrome, and leptomeningeal disease with[]

  • T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma

    Chest radiographs showed an anterior mediastinal mass ( A and B ).[] A case of T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma is described in which the patient presented with a characteristic mediastinal mass and lack of bone marrow involvement.[] Abstract Typical adult cases of malignant lymphoma, diffuse, lymphoblastic type (MLLB), are of the T-cell immunophenotype and occur as mediastinal masses.[]

  • Hodgkin Lymphoma

    A CT scan showed an ill-defined soft tissue mass anterior to and not well demarcated from the thyroid, and contiguous with a superior and anterior mediastinal mass.[] mass.[] FENO resulted significantly related to the mediastinal mass maximum diameter (p 0.009) and was significantly higher in patients with as compared to those without bulky mediastinal[]

  • Chylothorax

    Mediastinal mass biopsy led to diagnosis of Hodgkin's lymphoma of the nodular sclerosis subtype.[] An 80-year-old man who had suffered from chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and achieved complete remission was admitted to our hospital due to right pleural effusion.[] Dyspnea developed suddenly on postoperative day 42, and she had a massive right pleural effusion and a small amount of ascites.[]

  • Pleural Effusion

    Despite inexperience in sonography, the novel VIP and boomerang signs show high diagnostic values in detecting right pleural effusion compared to the traditional methods.[] The anterior mediastinal mass was also biopsied and showed diffuse infiltrate of lymphocytes with plasma cell features that were also positive for CD138.[] Investigations revealed a large mediastinal mass, left-sided pleural and pulmonary nodules, a sacral mass, and bone marrow infiltration.[]

  • Mediastinal Mass

    , a large right pleural effusion, and compression of the superior vena cava ( Figure 1 ).[] Anesthetic management of mediastinal masses is challenging. There is abundant literature available on anesthesia management of anterior mediastinal mass.[] A significant right pleural effusion was present, and a small amount of fluid was noted posterior to the left lung.[]

  • Thymoma

    Chest radiography and computed tomography scans revealed right pleural effusion and a mass in the right middle lung field, which were confirmed by a percutaneous lung biopsy[] We report a case of a 57-year-old male who presented an anterior mediastinal mass suspicious of thymoma by chest computed tomography.[] Chest radiography showed right-sided pleural effusion with an apparent normal superior mediastinum.[]

  • T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

    Computed tomography scan of the chest showed a large left mediastinal mass (9 7.2 7 cm) and left pleural effusion.[] A computed tomographic scan showed LN swelling in the mediastinum and a right pleural effusion.[] Abstract A mediastinal mass (MM) is found at the time of diagnosis in 10% to 15% of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). 1 In view of the frequent progression[]

  • Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

    Chest radiography showed right-sided pleural effusion with an apparent normal superior mediastinum.[] Anesthetic management of superior vena cava syndrome due to anterior mediastinal mass.[] We report the case of a 68 yr old male patient who presented with SVC syndrome and respiratory failure, both attributable to an encapsulated pleural effusion over the right[]

  • Substernal Goiter

    Other causes are decompensated right-sided heart failure and pleural effusion [14].[] A pulmonary perfusion defect was caused by an extremely large anterior mediastinal mass subsequently proved by I-131 imaging to be an intrathoracic extension of a cervical[] Dyspnea may be caused by decompensated right sided congestive heart failure, pleural effusion and pulmonary hypoperfusion caused by compression of the pulmonary arteries.[]

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