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Figure 1: (a) Thoracic non enhanced computerized tomogram scan performed 3 months prior to present hospital admission depicting a solid homogeneous mass occupying the apical segment of right-side lung and abutting pleura. There was no evidence of mediastinal and or abdominal/retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy at that time. (b) Posterior anterior chest X-ray at the time of present admission demonstrating a solid homogeneous mass in the apex of the right-side lung and pleural effusion on the left side

Figure 1: (a) Thoracic non enhanced computerized tomogram scan performed 3 months prior to present hospital admission depicting a solid homogeneous mass occupying the apical segment of right-side lung and abutting pleura. There was no evidence of mediastinal and or abdominal/retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy at that time. (b) Posterior anterior chest X-ray at the time of present admission demonstrating a solid homogeneous mass in the apex of the right-side lung and pleural effusion on the left side