FNA of Incidental Lung Lesions
Nicola Dundas, MD and Blythe Gorman, MD
Presentation Date: January 1, 2017; Expires: January 31, 2020
Differential diagnosis of coin lesions
Cytologic features of selected lung lesions
Pitfalls in distinguishing between selected lung lesions
Lung lesion pathology-radiology correlation
The patient is a 59 year old man with a new diagnosis of interstitial lung disease. A chest CT scan identified a 2.3 cm solid right upper lobe mass with calcifications. Presumed granulomata were also identified. He is a non-smoker and denies weight loss, malaise, or productive cough. CT-guided fine needle aspiration was performed.