Concluded Case

F51. Pain chest and DOE. 8days

3 Likes

LikeAnswersShare
Concluded answer
Encysted costal Pleural effusion right. Free pleural effusion left. Cardiomegaly.
All Answers
Cardiomegaly. Rt basal loculated empyema and ICD in situ. Needs evaluation for left basal heziness. Left parahilar calcified opacities seen. Aortic knuckle calcification. Adv CECT thorax and repositioning of ICD.
Lobulated pleural effusion rt side Fibrous lesion rt mid zone Opacity in lt c p angle region There is volume lose Emphysema ? Tubercular in nature
Tnx Dr Guptaji
0
Bilateral pleural effusion more on rt? Calcified aortic knuckle With widening of mediastinum n cardiomegaly
SUGGESTIVE. OF RT.. ENCYSTED PL. EFFUSION LT.... PL. EFFUSION WITH CARDIOMEGALY ADVISABLE USG
Rt loculated pleural effusion basal consolidation suggesting hydropnemothorax Cardiomegaly
Encysted costal Pleural effusion right. Free pleural effusion left. Cardiomegaly.
Cardiomegaly. Ct chest. pleura effusion . TB?
BILATERAL PLEURAL EFFUSION MORE ON RT SIDE
B/L pleural effusion.cardiomegaly
Hydropneumothorax bilateral rt side is more than lt Cardiomegaly is seen Adv tapping for diagnostic and therapeutic treatment
Load more answers