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Figure 1 :A conventional radiograph of patient presenting with hemoptysis and weight loss shows a right hilar mass but no calcification is apparent. Two sections of axial CT scans show calcified pleural plaques (white arrows) due to previous asbestos exposure complicated by a bronchogenic neoplasm (arrow head)

Figure 1 :A conventional radiograph of patient presenting with hemoptysis and weight loss shows a right hilar mass but no calcification is apparent. Two sections of axial CT scans show calcified pleural plaques (white arrows) due to previous asbestos exposure complicated by a bronchogenic neoplasm (arrow head)