Oncology MCQ 011

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Twenty to thirty 1-2 cm nodular densities are found in both lower lung fields on a chest radiograph in a 55 year old man. He has a recent history of rectal bleeding and a 20 pound weight loss over the last months. He is a life long non-smoker. He is afebrile and denies pulmonary symptoms such as shortness of breath or a productive cough. Your most likely preliminary diagnosis:

A. Bronchopneumonia
Tumor suppressor gene activity in lung, colon and breast carcinomas: PPP2R1B mechanisms of tumorigenesis and heritable cancer susceptibilityB. Metastatic colon carcinoma
C. Primary tuberculosis
D. Pulmonary hamartoma
E. Bronchial carcinoid


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