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SEVERE THORACOLUMBAR KYPHOSCOLIOSIS

25yrs old female Patient admitted with Acute Respiratory failure following fits( 2 episodes).K/c/o - Seizure disorder since childhood.She's having deformity in the back since 3yrs after she experienced a devastating Polytrauma.O/e - Conscious, oriented,BP - 110/70,PR - 72,RR -28INTERPRET CXR?

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Respiratory acidosis with hypokalemia. Severe kyphoscoliosis. Crowding of ribs Disturbed tracheobeal anatomy. Compromised lungs as parenchymal heziness seen bilaterally. Overall poor prognosis.
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Type 2 respiratory failure With restricted lung 2ndry to post traumatic deformity.. Give adequate antiepileptics with nebulization and adequate chest physiotherapy F/u with neurology and pulmonary medicine..
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Respiratory acidosis with hypokalemia. Severe kyphoscoliosis. Crowding of ribs Disturbed tracheobeal anatomy. Compromised lungs as parenchymal heziness seen bilaterally. Overall poor prognosis.
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Chest deformity has caused marked lungs function
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@pateint proper physiotherapy to pulmonary infection and kyphotic deformity correction medically antiepleptic and symptomatic treatment
Never seen such a CXR, my goodness.
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