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82/Female with dyspnoea and chest discomfort attached xray chest Bilaterally Crepts opinion on xray please

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Hyperinflation of both lungs. Unfolding of Aorta. Transverse cardiac diameter is WNL. COPD-emphysema.

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Hyperinflation Mediastinal widening ? Aortic knuckle enlargement. Rt CP angle obliterated. Sugg ECG and 2d Echo CD. Diuretics would be helpful.

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Mild oblitration of rt cp angle Mediastinum is dilated Hyper inflated lung fields Unfolding of aorta Pt is aged looks to be copd with !pleurisy rt side

Thanx dr Vedprakash Sharma
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Hyperinflation of both lungs. Unfolding of Aorta. Transverse cardiac diameter is WNL. COPD-emphysema.

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Xray is NAD except hyperinflated lungs and aortic knuckle calcification.

Dear dr vijay look at rt cp angle
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Right sided pleural effusion with some pneumonitis With promonant conus.

Looks like COPD hyperinflated lungs emphysema Aortic knuckle

Agree with Dr Sandeep Ghodekar

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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Bilateral minimal pleural effusion with hyperinflation both side COPD emphysematous Minimal pE may be due to hypoalbuminemia, core-pulmonale.

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Hyperinflated ling with mediastinal widening, enlarged aortic knuckle. ECHO to rule out aortic valve pathology/LVH.

Mediastenum widen Aortic knuckle is enlarged Rt cp angle obliterated Hyperinflation

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