Does the mediastinal lymphadenopathy and Hilar Mass mean that's metastasized?

Yes, regional metast. If this is a case of lung Cancer, then lymph node spread to the hilar areas and mediastinum means regional spread of cancer. This is still treatable but patient needs to go see a Cancer specialist(Medical Oncologist) at a recognised Cancer Center or Medical center where expert specialists who treat Lung Cancer would be more easily available.

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Have u ever seen dilantin induced hilar/mediastinal lymphadenopathy?

I have not. personally seen this but I can attest that is is a RECOGNIZED ,well documented side effect of Dilantin! Hope this is helpful Dr Z. Read more...

What are some possible causes of bulky mediastinal lymphadenopathy (other than cancer) involving subcarinal, bilateral hilar and paratracheal nodes?

Sarcoid. could cause adenopathy in those regions, as well as other granulomatous inflammatory processes. Infectious processes such as histoplasmosis could do it. Certain chronic exposures such as berylliosis and silicosis could cause mediastinal adenopathy, but usually the history and other findings make those diagnoses more obvious. Unfortunately, lymphoma is the major consideration in most cases. Read more...

Bronchoscope Dr said No cancer this am so what could it be if Hiler mass & Mediastinal Lymphadenopathy in lung? Tissue sent out after pathologist check

A few possibilities. Several things other than cancer can cause such abnormalities. Various infections and sarcoidosis come to mind. There's no way for a forum doctor to say anything more. The doctor(s) treating you or who did the bronchoscopy are the best to ask. Read more...