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Where is the hetrogenous mass situated?
Do you have any symptoms?
It is lung.
Are you a smoker?
What is the size of mass?
What is your age and gender?
Thanks for the further information.
This can be;
1) Pulmonary inflammatory pseudotumours is one of the possibility which are solid, non-neoplastic masses which can mimic pulmonary cancer.
2) Hemartomas; this too is non cancerous.
4) Cancer also need to be ruled out by biopsy.
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There are many other possibilities of the diagnosis (all of these are non cancerous) for your CT scan findings;
1) Inflammatory papilloma
2) Granular cell myoblastomas
3) Sclerosing hemangioma
5) Hyalinizing granulomas,
7) Mucous gland adenomas
8) Bronchial adenomas
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