Background: The interpretation of thoracic imaging is often regarded as being challenging due to the intricacies of the included anatomy, the wide overlap in radiographic findings between pathological processes and the great potential for imaging artefacts in such a dynamic body region.
Aim of the article: This article describes the use of a structured approach to help overcome these challenges for patients suspected of having a thoracic mass.
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