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Table 2 Imaging findings

From: Clinical features, treatment, and survival outcome of primary pulmonary NUT midline carcinoma

Patients Site Size (cm) Lung Pleura Contralateral lung involvement Lymphadenopathy Extrathoracic sites SUV
1 RUL, Central 5.5 × 4.1 Post-obstructive atelectasis Large effusion,
Pleural nodules
Small right-sided effusion Hilar(L),
Mediastinal(B)
Bone 10.6
2 RUL, Central 5.4 × 3.7 Post-obstructive atelectasis Small effusion None Supraclavicular(R),
Hilar(R), Mediastinal(R)
Bone
Adrenal gland
18.6
3 RLL, Central 4.7 × 4.7 × 4.7 Post-obstructive atelectasis Medium pleural effusion Small left-sided effusion Supraclavicular(B), Hilar(B),
Axillary(B), Mediastinal(B)
Bone NA
4 RLL, Central 10 × 6.4 × 12.7 Intrapulmonary metastasis,
Pulmonary
vascular invasion
Large effusion,
Pleural nodules
None Hilar(R), Mediastinal(R) Pericardium,
back(R)
NA
5 LLL, RUL, Peripheral 2.8 × 2.0
5.3 × 4.8
None None Lung Supraclavicular(R),
Hilar(L), Mediastinal(L)
None 13.6 18.4
6 OT 4 cm long None None None Posterior tracheal, Hilar(R),Mediastinal(B) Oesophagus NA
7 LT 3.0 × 3.1 × 3.1 None None None Mediastinal(B) None NA
  1. RLL right lower lobe, RML right middle lobe, RUL right upper lobe, LUL left upper lobe, LLL left lower lobe, LT lower trachea, OT origin of trachea, NA data not available, B bilateral, R right, L left, SUV standard uptake value