An Unusual Cause of Multiple Pulmonary Nodules: Glomus Tumors of the Lung

@article{Concatto2014AnUC,
  title={An Unusual Cause of Multiple Pulmonary Nodules: Glomus Tumors of the Lung},
  author={Nat{\'a}lia Henz Concatto and Klaus Irion and Edson Marchiori and John R. Gosney and Teresa Marafioti and Bruno Hochhegger},
  journal={Lung},
  year={2014},
  volume={192},
  pages={629-630}
}
A 39-year-old male smoker presented with nonspecific chest pain. A chest X-ray demonstrated multiple pulmonary nodules in both lungs, and computed tomography (CT) confirmed the presence of multiple, well-delineated nodules distributed in both lungs (Fig. 1). The largest nodule, which had a maximum diameter of 2 cm in the axial plane, was located in the right middle lobe. A provisional diagnosis of multiple pulmonary metastases was made, but further investigation revealed no obvious primary site… CONTINUE READING
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