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Figure 2: Fibrosing mediastinitis. (a and b), Ventilation-perfusion scans: Severely decreased ventilation (a) and no perfusion (b) to right lung. (c) Chest radiograph: right lung decreased volume, surgical clips, nodules, band-like opacities, and cavities (arrowheads). (d and e), T1-weighted postcontrast (gadofosveset) magnetic resonance images. Axial fat-saturated image (d): Narrowing and distal occlusion of the right pulmonary artery (arrowhead). Coronal motion-corrected subtraction image (e): Abnormally enhancing soft tissue encasing carina and right mainstem bronchus (arrows). LT: Left; POST: Posterior; RT: Right

Figure 2: Fibrosing mediastinitis. (a and b), Ventilation-perfusion scans: Severely decreased ventilation (a) and no perfusion (b) to right lung. (c) Chest radiograph: right lung decreased volume, surgical clips, nodules, band-like opacities, and cavities (arrowheads). (d and e), T1-weighted postcontrast (gadofosveset) magnetic resonance images. Axial fat-saturated image (d): Narrowing and distal occlusion of the right pulmonary artery (arrowhead). Coronal motion-corrected subtraction image (e): Abnormally enhancing soft tissue encasing carina and right mainstem bronchus (arrows). LT: Left; POST: Posterior; RT: Right