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There is shadow in the left lung and bronchial occlusion in the lingual segment of the upper lobe of the left lung

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Description Of Condition:

On plain CT scan, bronchial occlusion of left upper lobe lingual segment showed soft tissue puzzle mass, about 4.6 in size × 4.2cm, lobulation and burr can be seen, adjacent to pleural traction depression, no abnormality is found in the distribution and course of blood vessels and bronchus in the remaining lung parenchyma, and no abnormal density change or space occupying sign is found; The bronchi above bilateral subsegments were unobstructed; There are no enlarged lymph nodes in bilateral hilus and mediastinum, the heart is small, and there are no signs of effusion in bilateral pleural cavity. No abnormality was found in bilateral adrenal glands

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