International Journal of Hematology and Oncology 2020, Vol 30, Num 2 Page(s): 057-060
Metastatic Thymoma with Good’s Syndrome Mimicking Bronchiectasis

Nurdan KOKTURK1, Asiye KANBAY1, Cuneyt KURUL2, Nalan AKYUREK3, Leyla MEMIS3, Sedat DEMIRCAN2, Haluk TURKTAS1

1Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Departments of Pulmonary Medicine, Ankara, TURKEY
2Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Departments of Thoracic Surgery, Ankara, TURKEY
3Gazi University Faculty of Medicine, Departments of Pathology, Ankara, TURKEY

Keywords: Thymoma metastasis, Good’s syndrome, Amyloidosis
Thymomas are mysterious tumors commonly have unpredictable behaviors and may be associated with several paraneoplastic conditions including Good’s syndrome. We reported a patient with a history of thymoma who presented with centrilobuler parenchymal lung nodules and recurrent sinopulmonary infections. The nodules were found to be thymoma metastasis which persisted in the lungs for 3 years. The diagnosis of Good’s syndrome was established in consistence with recurrent infections and progressive hypogammaglobulinemia.