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Tuberculoma & Calcified tuberculoma

It appears Round or oval, sharply circumscribed nodule that is seldom more than 4 cm in diameter. Central calcification and “satelliteâ€‌ lesions are common, as is calcification of hilar lymph nodes.

Note that: Primarily involves the upper lobes (especially the right). The draining bronchus may show irregular thickening or even frank stenosis.

This X-ray shows :Single smooth, well-defined pulmonary nodule in the left upper lobe. In the absence of a central nidus of calcification, this appearance is indistinguishable from that of a malignancy.

(A) Frontal and (B) lateral views of the chest show a large left lung soft-tissue mass (arrows) containing dense central calcification.