A 45 year old male with chest pain . What are interpretations from chest x ray?

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wedge shaped opacity on right side; D/d pulmonary embolism or pneumonitis

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Wedge shape shadow,pulmonary embolism should be rule out with ECG,CTPA

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This is an airbronchogram, trachea central, right sided lesion over the middle lobe, right ventricular hypertrophy, obliteration of both CP angles.

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HAMPTONS HUMP

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Pulmonary infarction. A wedge shaped lesion peripherally wide at pleural surface. Cardiomegaly.

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Straightening of the left heart border with cardiomegaly with homogeneous and wedge opacity which is limited by minor fissure . As patient complain of chest pain need to rule out pulmonary embolism. Need to get done ecg and echo for cardiac evaluation .

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Both side cp angle oblitrate with rt lower mid zone consolidation Encysted abscess Mass Cardiomegaly with LVH HRCT CHEST with CT guided pleural Fluid tapping & biopsy 2D echo, ECG CBC ESR MT LFT RFT blood sugar fasting pp TB gold

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Right mid zone at plural base. Needs further information and evaluation to conclude diagnosis and treatment plan.

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Wedge shadow with tip towards hilum go in favour of throboembolic process

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EEDGE SHAPED CONSOLIDATION ........ RT MID ZONE AT PLEURAL BASE

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