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Benign metastasizing leiomyoma is typically seen in young premenopausal women after a mean period of 15 years following uterine leiomyoma or hysterectomy surgery. They are usually incidentally seen on chest x-rays and are nodular lesions that appear as bilateral nodules with a benign appearance and consist of smooth muscle proliferation. A 44-year-old female presented at her healthcare institution for backache for the last 9 months. Multiple nodules (largest 15 mm) scattered in both lungs anddoi:10.5146/tjpath.2013.01217 pmid:24715553 fatcat:xpkqsuuewna6pm6hpllf3yaute