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ECR 2018 / C-2007
Solitary Round Pulmonary Lesions in the Pediatric Population
Congress: ECR 2018
Poster No.: C-2007
Type: Educational Exhibit
Keywords: Paediatric, Respiratory system, Thorax, Conventional radiography, CT, MR, Diagnostic procedure, Laboratory tests, Education, Inflammation, Neoplasia, Congenital
Authors: N. A. Arkoudis, A. Pastroma, G. Velonakis, V. Bizimi, C. Kontopoulou, K. Priftis, N. L. Kelekis, E. Alexopoulou; Athens/GR
DOI:10.1594/ecr2018/C-2007

Background

A SRPL is a round or oval lesion in the lung that is seen with a CXR or CT scan.

 

It is a rare finding in the pediatric population. As a result when stumbled upon, even an experienced radiologist might find it challenging to narrow down its vast differential diagnosis.

 

A CXR is usually adequate in assessing the workup of a SRPL. Ultrasound could be a valuable tool, when targeted use is being applied. CT, MRI, PET CT and nuclear scan should be retained unless the appropriate clinical setup is in place.

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