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PATIENT WITH HISTORY OF COUGH AND FEVER SINCE ONE MONTH PLEASE COMMENT ON X RAY CHEST PA VEIW

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Rt cardiophrenic angle and costophrenic angle are obliterated, findings sugg of moderate pleural effusion. Adv diagnostic and therapeutic pleurocentesis.

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Rt cardiophrenic angle and costophrenic angle are obliterated, findings sugg of moderate pleural effusion. Adv diagnostic and therapeutic pleurocentesis.

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Rt sided pleural effusion most likely tuberculous as per the history.Conferm with different tests including pleurocentesis and maximum fluid upto 500 ml may be removed. Start antitubercular drugs as per ‘DOT(from DOT center as it has to be reported)and also give corticosteroid in suitable dose for early and complete resolution of pleural effusion without much fibriosis .

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RT costophrenic angle blunting seen. S/O RT pleural effusion. Remaining lung field look hyperlucent. May be due to over exposure. Or patient might be a smoker. Pleural tapping to be done, send fluid for AFB C/S ADA Protein and glucose. So that we can differentiate between exudate and transudate and treat accordingly.

SUGGESTIVE OF RT PLEURAL EFFUSION... ADVISABLE.... ALL. ROUTINE. RELEVANT. INVESTIGATIONS USG.... CHEST. AND. ABDOMEN ECG

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Pleural Effusion...Rt. Adv.Thoracentasis.

Rt both cardiophrenic and costophrenic angles obliterated Rt moderate pl effusion Pl tapping and analysis of fluid

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Rt pleural effusion ?PTB

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R sided pleural effusion.

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Rt pl effusion with collapse

Right pleural effusion PTB USG ESR CBC Thoracentasis

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