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Amiodarone – induced pulmonary nodules mimiking metastatic lung disease – investigation by somatostatin radio peptide scaning


A 61 year old former paramedic presented to A&E complaining of palpitations. He was found to be in atrial fibrillation, which reverted spontaneously to sinus rhythm. A chest x-ray taken at that time showed multiple pulmonary nodules consistent with metastatic malignancy (Figure 1). In the past he had been treated…

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