Click on the bronchogenic carcinoma in the chest radiograph below:
This chest radiograph demonstrates a large 5 cm diameter
squamous cell carcinoma
of the right lower lobe. The 1.5 cm bright opacity in the middle of the mass is a calcified granuloma that was seen on lateral view to be behind the neoplasm. Additional
calcified granulomatous areas
are medial to the mass. The sternal wire loops are from a previous coronary artery bypass procedure.