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Lung cancer and spontaneous cerebral gas emboli (CT) (1)

Findings on chest and abdominal CT in a patient with lung cancer and spontaneous cerebral gas emboli. (A) Chest CT image showing a left pulmonary hilar mass invading the left atrium and the left main bronchus. (B) Air densities (arrow) inside the tumor. (C) Abdominal CT image showing air densities (arrow) around the intestinal wall. (Source: Inatomi S, Izumi T, Eura N, et al. Electroencephalographic findings after convulsive seizures due to cerebral arterial air embolism secondary to lung cancer: a case report. J Med Case Rep 2022;16[1]:137. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License [CC BY 4.0],