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Solitary Pulmonary Nodule (cont.)

Synonyms and Keywords

solitary pulmonary nodule, SPN, early lung cancer, histoplasmosis, coccidioidomycosis, blastomycosis, pulmonary mycosis, tuberculosis, TB, bronchogenic carcinoma, nocardiosis, asbestos exposure, radon exposure, nickel exposure, chromium exposure, vinyl chloride exposure, polycyclic hydrocarbon exposure, chemical exposure, industrial exposure, bronchogenic cancer, bronchogenic malignancy, pulmonary mycosis, mycosis, lung nodule, malignant nodule, lung lesion, lung malignancy, neoplasm, primary neoplasm, lung neoplasm, granuloma, infectious granuloma, lung granuloma, benign lung lesion, hamartoma, lymphoma, carcinoid, fibroma, neurofibroma, blastoma, sarcoma, lung abscess, round pneumonia, hydatid cyst, rheumatoid arthritis, RA, Wegener granulomatosis,sarcoidosis,round atelectasis,mucoid impaction, mucus impaction, progressive massive fibrosis, arteriovenous malformation, AVM, lung cyst, lipoid pneumonia, pulmonary infarct

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Solitary Pulmonary Nodule »

Patients with solitary pulmonary nodules (SPNs) are usually asymptomatic; however, SPNs pose a challenge to both physicians and patients.

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