JCU MB4 Term 1 Week 6 (Lung Cancer)

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61-year-old smoker. Sputum cytology shown. What is the diagnosis?

Sputum - lung squamous cell carcinoma


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61-year-old smoker. Sputum cytology shown. What is the diagnosis?

Sputum - Lung Small Cell Carcinoma


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59-year-old female, non-smoker. Lung gross specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung - Adenocarcinoma


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59-year-old, lung carcinoma. No metastasis. What is the stage?

Lung adenocarcinoma


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59-year-old female smoker. Lung gross specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung Squamous cell carcinoma


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61-year-old smoker. Lung biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - adenocarcinoma


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28-year-old with history of fever, weight loss and haemoptysis. What is the diagnosis?

Miliary Tuberculosos


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61-year-old smoker. Lung biopsy is shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - Squamous cell carcinoma


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69-year-old with history of weight loss and an enlarged Virchow's node. Gross lung speciment shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung - metastatic deposits


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69-year-old non-smoker. Sputum microscopy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Sputum - adenocarcinoma


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66-year-old smoker. Pictures show microscopy from lung FNAB. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - small cell carcinoma


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69-year-old smoker. Chest X-ray shown. What is the diagnosis?

CXR - Lung Metastases


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66-year-old female non smoker. Lung biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - adenocarcinoma


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66-year-old female smoker. Lung biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - small cell carcinoma


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45-year-old male chronic productive cough. Gross lung specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung - bronchiectasis


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34-year-old male, high fever. Lung biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Bronchopneumonia


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42-year-old male smoker. Presents with dyspnoea. Lung biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - centrilobular emphysema


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42-year-old female smoker. History of weight loss. Gross lung specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung - Adenocarcinoma


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54-year-old male, history of dyspnoea. Lung biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung microscopy - interstitial pneumonia


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42-year-old male presents with history of dyspnoea and haemoptysis. Gross lung specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung - small cell carcinoma


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29-year-old male, high fever, cough, dyspnoea. Chest X-Ray shown. What is the likely etiologic agent?

CXR - Lobar pneumonia


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62-year-old male presents with Cushing's Syndrome. Gross lung specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Lung - Small Cell Carcinoma


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Lung small cell carcinoma typically responds well to: