DonE 7 days,dry cough H/O breast cancer before 3 yrs radical mastectomy-chemo Cxr collapse LL

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Rotated film suggests raised left dome of diaphragm with obliterated left costo phrenic angle with excessive stomach gas not of colonic gas are suggestive of left lower zone collapse with left pleural effusion. Collapse with effusion occur in two conditions: 1 Pulmonary embolism 2 Bronchogenic carcinoma. So confirm with CECT chest and do ABG , D dimer etc.

left lung volume loss , left lowerlobe collapse with left plueral effusion and pulling of diaphragm present.

Sir was the patient Lt sided Ca breast? And she received radiation by which technique and on which machine?

as the patient is operated case of radical mastectomy it may possible that secondary lungs occurred and leads to atelectasis lung cousing collapsed lower left lobe and leads above symptoms

BONY METASTATIC LESIONS ARE PRESENT IN THE LEFT LUNG. ASSOCIATED WITH MARKED BV MARKINGS INDICATING BRONCHITIS. RESULTING IN DRY COUGH. DR.RAJESH GOPAL.

superior mediastinal widening.left Diaphragmatic palsy.left lower lobe discoid atelectasis with minimal pleural effusion.

Consolidation collapse of left lower lung suggesting CA left lung perhaps metastatic lesion. CECT chest more informative

Could be lt lower lobe collapse with endobronchial obstruction due to mets 2. lt phrenic nerve palsy 3. eventration

L lung mets hv to b ruled out as first possibility, CT Thorax is the next inv. in line ...

left diaphragmatic palsy with left pleural effusion due to metastasis to left lung

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