Computed Tomography of Solitary Pulmonary Nodules
The possible diagnoses of a solitary pulmonary nodule are numerous (Table 1), but over 95% fall into one of three groups:
Malignant neoplasm, either primary or metastatic
Infectious granulomas, either tuberculous or fungal
Benign tumors, notably hamartomas.
KeywordsArteriovenous Malformation Invasive Aspergillosis Primary Lung Cancer Bronchogenic Carcinoma Bronchial Carcinoma
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