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ACCORDING TO PATHOLOGIC According to Scheinmel additional peripheral adjacent anatomical structures Aggregates of lymphoid atelectasis autopsy biopsy bronchus cachectic clinical densities diagnosis of Hodgkin's dissemination Disturbance in ventilation dyspnea employing conventional methods enlargement Eosinophiles examination fluoroscopic foci following radiation therapy free of pathological frequently Further radiation heart shadow HEMATOGENOUS OR LYMPHOGENOUS hilar region HODGKIN'S DISEASE ACCORDING infiltrations showed infiltrative growth intrathoracic Hodgkin's Invasion left hilus Leucocytes lung parenchyma lungs were free lymphangitic lymphatic tissue lymphocytes LYMPHOGENOUS SPREAD lymphogranulomatosis lymphoma mediastinal glands mediastinal lymph nodes metastasis Miliary form moderate splenomegaly neoplasm non-productive cough patchy PATHOLOGIC ANATOMIC CHANGES pericardial effusion Perihilar Peripheral lymph nodes pulmonary Hodgkin's Disease pulmonary involvement pulmonary lesions PULMONARY MANIFESTATIONS radiographic radiological appearance radiologically suggestive intrapulmonary Ratkoczy recurrent nerve residual induration respiratory system right cervical regions right superior mediastinum showing radiologically suggestive sided pleural effusion skeletal system strenuous occupation suggestive intrapulmonary lesions thorax trachea tuberculosis ventral mediastinum X-Ray taken