Case 80: Right Posterior Mediastinal Lesion

Bhavin Jankharia

Earlier last week, I had sent the chest radiograph as a quiz asking whether this was in the anterior mediastinum, or in the lung or extending from the neck into the chest or in the posterior mediastinum.

The correct answer is posterior mediastinum and I will discuss this in the final video.

CT and MRI were done.

Now what do you think this is?

  1. Neurogenic tumor
  2. Tuberculous abscess
  3. Hydatid cyst
  4. Bronchogenic cyst
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