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Figure 1 : (a) : A 32-year-old male with concurrent sternal and pulmonary LCH. (a) Sagittal ultrasonogram of the sternum shows a heterogeneous low-echoic mass causing cortical disruption and soft-tissue extension. (b): Posteroanterior radiograph of the chest shows fine reticular opacities in the upper and middle zones of both lung fields. (c) : HRCT shows well-defined small nodules with occasional cavitationrevealing. (d) : Histologic features (hematoxylin and eosin, 200) are histologic features characteristic of LCH.

Figure 1 : (a) : A 32-year-old male with concurrent sternal and pulmonary LCH. (a) Sagittal ultrasonogram of the sternum shows a heterogeneous low-echoic mass causing cortical disruption and soft-tissue extension.
(b): Posteroanterior radiograph of the chest shows fine reticular opacities in the upper and middle zones of both lung fields.
(c) : HRCT shows well-defined small nodules with occasional cavitationrevealing.
(d) : Histologic features (hematoxylin and eosin, 200) are histologic features characteristic of LCH.