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Recurrent T-cell Lymphoma in the Lungs:

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The patient shown in the radiographs below had a history of polycystic kidney disease and gastrointestinal lymphoma. He presented with complaints of cough. A PA chest radiograph revealed too-numerous-to-count poorly defined pulmonary nodules.
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A chest CT also demonstrated the nodules - some of which were distributed along the bronchovascular interstitium, while others were more random. At biopsy, the lesions were found to be recurrent T-cell lymphoma.

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