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Question 1: Which sign is most concerning for malignancy?

Bullae
Spiculae
Fat
Pleural effusion
Popcorn calcifications





Question 2: What is this most likely?


Wegener granulomatosis
Mycetom
Emphysematous bleb
Cyst
Cavitated bronchial carcinoma





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


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





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


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





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

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





Question 6: What is this likely?


Pneumonia
Calcified granuloma
Atelectasis
Carcinoid
Bronchoalveolar carcinoma





Question 7: What is the most likely diagnosis?


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





Question 8: What T stage is this case?


T4
T1
T0
T3
T2





Question 9: What T stage is this case?


T2
T3
T4
T1
T0





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


T2N2
T3N1
T3N2
T1N2
T2N1


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