There is a right hilar soft tissue mass encasing the branches of the pulmonary artery and bronchi to the right middle and lower lobes. It measures approximately 4.3 x 3.8 cm in its hilar/right upper lobe component, but it has no cleavage planes with the confluent mediastinal lymphadenopathy that extends through the subcarinal, paratracheal, and prevascular levels. Also, a para cardiac 1.5 cm node and bilateral supraclavicular enlarged lymph nodes measuring up to 2.2 x 1.6 cm. There are at least two other small mass lesions in the right lower lobe that are felt to represent tumour spread, and the associated patchy ground-glass opacities in this lobe are felt to represent partial atelectasis due to bronchial stenosis and mucus plugging. The lungs and pleural spaces are otherwise unremarkable. Bilateral breast masses are demonstrated, the largest ones measuring up to 2.6 x 2.4 cm in the right breast and 1.7 x 1.5 cm in the left breast.
The liver is enlarged and demonstrates multiple hypodense nodular lesions in keeping with metastatic disease involving all the segments. The portal vein is patent. There are periportal, portocaval, and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy measuring up to 4 cm in diameter. The right adrenal gland demonstrates a hypodense nodule which measures 2.6 x 2.2 cm, suspicious for metastasis, the left adrenal gland appears normal. The pancreas and spleen are normal. Both kidneys have normal size and enhancement, no hydronephrosis. There is a right adnexal mass. There has heterogeneous enhancement and is highly concerning for over metastatic disease in this clinical scenario. The bowel has unremarkable appearances; there is no free gas or free fluid in the peritoneal cavity. No suspicious bone lesions identified. Anterior right upper quadrant anterior subcutaneous solid nodule measuring 1.8 cm is also suspicious for metastasis.