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Derbymedicalstudents
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Left basal consolidation

Basal pneumonia in children can present with abdominal pain.

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Derbymedicalstudents
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Right middle lobe consolidation

Costophrenic and cardiophrenic angles appear normal on right side and the diaphragm shadow is also easily traceable.

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Derbymedicalstudents
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Left pleural effusion

Note the fluid level ,curvature and shift of mediastinum to opposite side.

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Derbymedicalstudents
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Bilateral effusion but more prominent on the right

Bilateral effusion-note the obliteration of costophrenic angle on the left side as well.

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Derbymedicalstudents
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Left basal consolidation

Basal pneumonia in children can present with abdominal pain.

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Leapmore
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Thoracentesis for diagnostic and treatment

At first onset of pleural effusion, with a modeate amount of fluid, thoracentesis for diagnostic and treatment would be adequate. Chest tube...Read More

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Leapmore
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Perforated Duodenal Ulcer

Above xray showed Pneumoperitoneum. It is a free air under diaphragm. The most possible cause from above options is Perforated Duodenal Ulcer.

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Leapmore
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Squamous cell Lung Cancer

The above xray showed lung mass. As the patient has Hypercalcemia, the most common type of cancer is Squamous cell, due to the secretion of parathyroid...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Lung abscess

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Left upper lobe collapse

Opacity has clearly defined and sharp margins ,suggesting a collapse.

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Left lower lobe collapse

Notice the mediastinum pulled to left side

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Right lower lobe collapse

Notice the sharp margins and pull of the mediastinum to right.

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Right lower lobe consolidation

Right middle lobe consolidation would cause obliteration of the right heart border and the diaphragm shadow.

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 23, 2020
Left pleural effusion

Note the fluid level and the curvature of the opacity.

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