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Figure 1: Radiologic imaging: Chest computed tomography scan at baseline showing a solid mass growing into the lumen of the left main bronchus causing obstruction of the left main bronchus and obstructive atelectasis of the left lower lobe (left). To the right, 6 months after durvalumab treatment with marked decrease in the size of the left hilar mass and disappearance of postobstructive consolidation of the left lower lobe (right)

Figure 1: Radiologic imaging: Chest computed tomography scan at baseline showing a solid mass growing into the lumen of the left main bronchus causing obstruction of the left main bronchus and obstructive atelectasis of the left lower lobe (left). To the right, 6 months after durvalumab treatment with marked decrease in the size of the left hilar mass and disappearance of postobstructive consolidation of the left lower lobe (right)