29 yrs old male, presented with chest pain and left chest swelling. Vitaly stable. SPO2 94 % Diagnosis?

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Mediastinal mass in young patient, lymphoma or germ cell tumour has to be ruled out .also Phrenic nerve palsy due to mass suggested by elevated lt dome of diaphragm

There is a mass in Lt mid zone of lung. Trachea is deviated to rt side. Mass is extended to pheriphery .Lt dome of diaphragm is elevated.It may be due to phrenic nerve compression .The mass may be lymphoma or pleural tumor. AORTIC aneurism is not a possibility in this case. CT IS required to differentiate the location of tumor. Biopsy is required to know exactly.

Left lobe of lung has been obliterated ,secondly chest pain Due to ishaemia or muscular cannot interpret should go 4 other tests related to lungs reason 4 lungs lft lobereason to be evaluated whether chronic smoker or any accidental issue Or abscence of left upper lobe since childhood all dis points may help i diagnosing.

Although the trachea and mediastinum are pushed to right but left dome of diaphragm is pulled up may be partial collapse due to the mass of left lung. Needs CT for further information.

Large mass in left lung with tracheal shift to right side .with partial lung collapse on left side and elevated diaphragm on left side. adv- CT guided biopsy.

Homogenous opacity lt upper midzone with sharp border.Trachea shifted to rt.Mass lt lung.

Large mass...adv: HRCT THORAX AND MASS BIOPSY

Aneurysm discending thoracic Aorta.

Seems to mediastinal mass.lat view /preferably CT will decide its exact location and only then will be able a make a dd

It's lung tumor..Extending to mediastinum.left side abdominal hernia Extending to thoracic ..To be suspected

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