einstein (São Paulo). 12/Jul/2017;15(3):1-2.

Mediastinal tumor: not always a lymphoma

Silvia Mansur Reimão, Rogério Colaiacovo, Marco Antonio Ribeiro Camunha, Thiago Trolez Amancio, Vanderlei Segatelli, Gustavo Andrade de Paulo

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082017AI3981

A 45-year-old male patient, hospitalized and under investigation of mediastinal mass, presenting with sudoresis, malaise, and dysphagia. Computed tomography showed eccentric parietal thickening of the middle third of esophagus, with mass effect and upstream ectasia, with no expressive increase of metabolic activity. Additionally, there are cervical, axillary, pulmonary hilar, portocaval space, and unspecific iliac lymph nodes ( and ).

Mediastinal tumor: not always a lymphoma