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Akcier Kanserini Taklit Eden COVID-19 Enfeksiyonuna Bal Kaviter Pulmoner Lezyon [Respir Case Rep]
Respir Case Rep. 2022; 11(1): 13-18 | DOI: 10.5505/respircase.2022.35403

Akcier Kanserini Taklit Eden COVID-19 Enfeksiyonuna Bal Kaviter Pulmoner Lezyon

Seher Satar, Mustafa Engin Sahin, Pinar Ergun
Salk Bilimleri niversitesi Atatrk Gs Hastalklar ve Gs Cerrahisi Salk Uygulama Aratrma Merkezi, Ankara

Coronavirus hastal 2019 (COVID-19) srasnda eitli radyolojik bulgular tespit edilebilir. COVID-19 sonras radyolojik olarak akcier kanserini dnd-ren kaln duvarl kaviter lezyonu olan orta yal bir hastay sunuyoruz. Hastamzda kaviter akcier lezyon-larnn etiyolojik faktrlerinden bir ou aratrld ve herhangi spesifik bir neden bulunamad. Ampirik ikili antibiyotik tedavisi sonras kontrol toraks bilgisayarl tomografisinde kaviter ve nodler lezyonlarn tama yakn geriledii gzlendi. Bu nedenle hastamzn kavitesini COVID-19'un ge bir komplikasyonu ola-rak deerlendirdik ve ayrca COVID-19 enfeksiyonu sonras hastalarn klinik verileri ve laboratuvar deer-lerinin yan sra radyolojik bulgular ile de izlenmesi-nin nemini vurguladk.

Anahtar Kelimeler: COVID-19, kaviter lezyon, akcier kanseri

Cavitary Pulmonary Lesion Due To COVID-19 Infection Mimicking Lung Cancer

Seher Satar, Mustafa Engin Sahin, Pinar Ergun
Health Sciences University Atatrk Chest Diseases and Thoracic Surgery Health Application Research Center, Ankara, Turkey

Various radiological findings have been detected associated with SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). We pre-sent here a middle-aged patient with a thick-walled cavitary lesion resembling lung cancer radiologically after COVID-19. Most of the etiological factors for cavitary lung lesions were investigated, and no specif-ic cause was found. After empirical dual antibiotic treatment, the cavitary and the nodular lesion were observed to regress almost completely in control thorax computed tomography. For this reason, we considered the cavity of our patient as a late compli-cation of COVID-19 and also we advocate the im-portance of monitoring patients with clinical data and laboratory values as well as radiological findings after contracting COVID-19.

Keywords: COVID-19, cavitary lesion, lung cancer

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Seher Satar, Mustafa Engin Sahin, Pinar Ergun. Cavitary Pulmonary Lesion Due To COVID-19 Infection Mimicking Lung Cancer. Respir Case Rep. 2022; 11(1): 13-18

Sorumlu Yazar: Seher Satar, Trkiye
Makale Dili: ngilizce
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