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Question 1: Which sign is most concerning for malignancy?

Bullae
Pleural effusion
Fat
Spiculae
Popcorn calcifications





Question 2: What is this most likely?


Wegener granulomatosis
Cyst
Mycetom
Emphysematous bleb
Cavitated bronchial carcinoma





Question 3: How do you explain this finding? (The bottom image is a follow up exam)


Thymoma
Treated (radiochemotherapy) lung cancer)
Hair braid
Resolved pneumonia
Treated (surgically) lung cancer





Question 4: The black arrow points to a fat and calcification containing structure. What is it?


Carcinoid
Hamartoma
Pulmonary vein branch (cut perpendicular to its long axis)
Small cell lung cancer
Squamous cell carcinoma





Question 5: What is the difference between a solitary pulmonary nodule (SPN) and a mass?

Masses grow faster than SPNs in relation to its size.
Masses are benign - SPNs can be malignant.
Masses are more likely to be central and SPNs to be peripheral located.
Just the size.
Masses are malignant - SPNs can be benign.





Question 6: What is this likely?


Calcified granuloma
Pneumonia
Atelectasis
Carcinoid
Bronchoalveolar carcinoma





Question 7: What is the most likely diagnosis?


The entire area of soft tissue density is a mass
Pulmonary embolism
Tumor atelectasis
Pneumonia
Normal anatomc variant





Question 8: What T stage is this case?


T2
T3
T0
T1
T4





Question 9: What T stage is this case?


T1
T3
T4
T2
T0





Question 10: What T and N stage is this case?


T3N1
T1N2
T2N2
T2N1
T3N2


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