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M85. Pain left chest. Breathlessness. Bilateral leg swelling. 15 days.

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Massive pleural effusion left Ad CECT after drainage Fluid for H p & AFB

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MASSIVE PLEURAL EFFUSION LT

Tracheal shift to right Rt lung Hyperinflated Opaque left hemithorax ? Massive left pleural effusion HRCT, pleural aspirate analysis for CBNATT

Lt massive pleural effusion

Left side massive pleural effusion

MASSIVE PLEURAL EFFUSION LEFT SIDE WITH MEDIASTINAL SHIFT TO RT SIDE

There is very large pleural effusion on left side, In normal circumstances it should have caused trachea and heart to shift to right side. Mediastinal shift is a clinical and radiological marker of significant importance, which at times helps to determine the aetiological cause of the underlying pathology. However, in this case the trachea and heart are found to be central or shifted to the same side as the fluid radiologically, a malignant pleural effusion’ must be suspected.

Massive pleural effusion left Ad CECT after drainage Fluid for H p & AFB

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Massive pleural effusion left Slight shifting of trachea n mediastinum towards the right Calcified aortic knuckle...

Massive pleural effusion left

Opaque left hemithorax with mediastinal shift towards contralateral side. Possibly massive pleural effusion on left. Adv CECT thorax after ICD. Fluid analysis.

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