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65-year-old woman after motor vehicle collision

A 65-year-old woman seen after a low-velocity motor vehicle collision.

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Summary | 5 Annotations
Differential diagnosis
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Carcinoma: bronchogenic or metastases, in this case from a primary tumor in the bladder Autoimmune: granulomatosis with polyangiitis (formerly known as Wegener's granulomatosis), rheumatoid nodules Vascular: bland and septic emboli Infection: especially mycobacterial and fungal Trauma: pneumatocele Young: i.e., congenital sequestration, diaphragmatic hernia, or bronchogenic cyst
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Cavitary pulmonary metastases secondary to bladder cancer
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