This is a 47-years old with classic non-necrotic subcarinal and bilateral hilar adenopathy, who was reported to have normal lungs. A second look showed lung lesions that were relevant to the case, allowed a more confident diagnosis to be made and downstaged the disease.
The rest of the discussion is on how accomopanying lung lesions can help us triage the lymphadenopathy better.
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