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PET/CT: Positive Partnership

Figure 2. A 72-year-old male with a history of severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, steroid use of 15 years and aspergillosis. Recent CT scans indicated nodule in the lingula (red arrows) concerning for malignancy. PET/CT scan identifies lingular lesion with low FDG activity, likely inflammatory/infectious (noted to improve without therapy). The PET/CT also discovered a second hypermetabolic right lung nodule (green arrows) that proved to be a small lung cancer.



PET/CT: Positive Partnership

Figure 2. A 72-year-old male with a history of severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, steroid use of 15 years and aspergillosis. Recent CT scans indicated nodule in the lingula (red arrows) concerning for malignancy. PET/CT scan identifies lingular lesion with low FDG activity, likely inflammatory/infectious (noted to improve without therapy). The PET/CT also discovered a second hypermetabolic right lung nodule (green arrows) that proved to be a small lung cancer.



PET/CT: Positive Partnership

Figure 2. A 72-year-old male with a history of severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, steroid use of 15 years and aspergillosis. Recent CT scans indicated nodule in the lingula (red arrows) concerning for malignancy. PET/CT scan identifies lingular lesion with low FDG activity, likely inflammatory/infectious (noted to improve without therapy). The PET/CT also discovered a second hypermetabolic right lung nodule (green arrows) that proved to be a small lung cancer.



PET/CT: Positive Partnership

Figure 2. A 72-year-old male with a history of severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, steroid use of 15 years and aspergillosis. Recent CT scans indicated nodule in the lingula (red arrows) concerning for malignancy. PET/CT scan identifies lingular lesion with low FDG activity, likely inflammatory/infectious (noted to improve without therapy). The PET/CT also discovered a second hypermetabolic right lung nodule (green arrows) that proved to be a small lung cancer.



PET/CT: Positive Partnership

Figure 2. A 72-year-old male with a history of severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, steroid use of 15 years and aspergillosis. Recent CT scans indicated nodule in the lingula (red arrows) concerning for malignancy. PET/CT scan identifies lingular lesion with low FDG activity, likely inflammatory/infectious (noted to improve without therapy). The PET/CT also discovered a second hypermetabolic right lung nodule (green arrows) that proved to be a small lung cancer.



PET/CT: Positive Partnership

Figure 2. A 72-year-old male with a history of severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, smoking, steroid use of 15 years and aspergillosis. Recent CT scans indicated nodule in the lingula (red arrows) concerning for malignancy. PET/CT scan identifies lingular lesion with low FDG activity, likely inflammatory/infectious (noted to improve without therapy). The PET/CT also discovered a second hypermetabolic right lung nodule (green arrows) that proved to be a small lung cancer.



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