Multiple, well-defined, rounded nodules in left upper zone. Commonest cause in the elderly is metastasis.
Malignant melanoma showing the classical cannonball metastasis
AP CXR shows multiple pulmonary nodules of varying sizes.
Multiple areas of calcification in both kidneys, both of which are grossly enlarged with bilateral cystic dilation
A rim enhancing lesion is visible in the LEFT parietal lobe in keeping with a glioblastoma
Surrounding the lesion is an area of vasogenic oedema, extending into the left periventricular region.
CXR shows multiple, ill-defined nodules throughout both lungs
Lesion in the left cerebellar hemisphere with mass effect and surrounding oedema.
A Left sided acute on chronic subdural haematoma resulting in midline shift to the right and effacement of the left lateral ventricle.
Rounded opacity in the LEFT upper zone.
History and previous CT suggest that the opacity is likely to be a metastasis from a bladder tumour.
Large rounded pulmonary metastases are sometimes termed 'cannon ball metastases'. If the mass is solitary, primary lung cancer is the other main differential.
CXR demonstrating RIGHT upper zone shadowing, with the appearance of a cavitating lesion, most likely an infectious consolidation - TB is being investigated, and malignancy cannot be ruled out.
Extensive "Cannon ball" shadows suggesting metastatic malignancy across both lung fields
Selected axial image from a contrasted CT examination demonstrates mulitple, widespread low attenuation lesions throughout the liver consistent with liver metastases.
The primary malignancy is in sigmoid colon (Not visualised on this image)
Widespread pulmonary fibrosis, horizontal fissure is picked out due to fiborsis at based of RIGHT upper lobe