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[Late pulmonary changes following bleomycin administration in computed tomography. Nodular fibrosis mimicking a seminoma metastasis].

Der Radiologe 1992 Februrary
This is a case report of a patient with multiple metastases to the lung due to a seminoma, treated with a chemotherapeutic regimen containing bleomycin. The typical subpleural fibrosis of the lung related to bleomycin damage disappeared 6 months after the start of chemotherapy. 4 weeks later, a solitary nodule at a prior unchanged site of the lung appeared, mimicking recurrent metastasis. Explorative thoracotomy revealed a nodular fibrosis of the lung, representing a late reaction of the lung to chemotherapy damage.

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