AORTIC ANEURYSM

60 years male presented with acute onset breathlessness. Kindly interpret X Ray n discuss differential diagnosis. No history of fever, cough, chest pain or comorbidities in past.

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It's non pulmonary cause.i can see dilated upper ry border of heart shadow dilated so also.arch of aorta.lt border of heart (LV) is clearly visible .is it aortic aneurysm. Pl correlate with clinical features .what are the auscultation findings of heart & ecg Ct angiogram will clear the diagnosis

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Mediastinal widening noted. Aortic dilatation/ unfolding. Needs to evaluate for aneurysm or mass lesion. Plz share CECT thorax images.

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Trecheal shift to rt side. Rt dome of diaphragm is elevated. Mediastinal widening Aortic knuckle is prominent. Shape of heart is ballooning type. Cardiac cause is the cause of sudden onset of breathlessness.

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Rt dome is scalloped Trachea is pushed to rt due to lesion occupying lt mediastinum just above arch of aorta ?lymphoma

Mediastinal widening. Dilated ascending and arch of aorta. ? Aneurysm of aorta Lung fields clear Suggest ECG, ECHO and CT Cause of Acute breathlessness may be MI, LVF

?aortic anysurm lung fields normal

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