Case Report

Former Mucinous Bronchioloalveolar Carcinoma Revisited

Figure 1

(a) Plain posteroanterior chest radiograph showing diffuse bilateral mid and lower lung zone consolidation. (b) Axial CT scan (lung window, slice thickness: 2 mm) showing scattered nodules (arrows) combined with multifocal consolidation, ground glass opacities, and septal wall thickening. Centrilobular nodules are also evident in the right lung (between arrow heads) and thought to represent aerogenous spread of tumor cells. (c) Diffuse bilateral multilobar consolidation (black arrows) with the right lower lobe showing a mixture of consolidation, cystic airspaces, and pseudocavitations (white arrows).