Esophageal Metastases and Lymphoma



Esophageal Metastases and Lymphoma


Michael P. Federle, MD, FACR

R. Brooke Jeffrey, MD









(Left) Esophagram in a woman with known lung cancer and dysphagia shows a tight stricture image of the mid-esophagus at the level of the carina. The mucosa is intact, and tapered superior and inferior margins indicate extrinsic or intramural involvement rather than a primary process. (Right) Esophagram in a man with known lung cancer and dysphagia shows a widened mediastinum and a mass in the left hilum. Note the broad shelf-like indentation image along the anterior wall of the mid-esophagus.






(Left) Esophagram in a 70-year-old man with a history of known bladder carcinoma, now presenting with dysphagia, illustrates extrinsic or intramural involvement of the esophagus with eccentric narrowing of the lumen

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Jun 8, 2016 | Posted by in GENERAL RADIOLOGY | Comments Off on Esophageal Metastases and Lymphoma
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