Published: 23 December 2018
Author(s): Song Soo Kim, Hyo Jin Lee

A 49-year-old female was being followed-up for malignant melanoma after surgery. Six months earlier, she had undergone amputation of right 4th finger and sentinel lymph node biopsy. A medical history and physical examination revealed no specific finding. However, the posterior-anterior radiographic examination showed a round nodular density (black arrows) in each lower lung field (Fig. 1A), which had not previously been present.


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