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This 72-years old man presented with a nodule in the right lower zone on a chest radiograph.
What do you think this is ?
And, what would you do next?
- Lateral radiograph
- CT scan
The video runs through the case and discusses the first step in the approach of any such nodule detected incidentally on a chest radiograph.
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