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Right lung collapse with hydropneumothorax

19 years old patient having history of fever, loss of appetite and weight loss. His sputum for AFB was negative, COVID Truenat was negative. Chest x ray and CECT Thorax attached. Intraoperative picture attached for discussion. Find the provisional diagnosis

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right lung collapse with hydropneumothorax and dense adhesions may be due to secondary infection or COVID pneumonia

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Dear dr Rakesh Choudhary Nice case for discussion Yes xray chest and hrct are consistent to each other that it is a c/o rt s8de pleural effusion with collapsed lower lobe Intraoperative picture shows an lesion at hilar area exbronchial likely a malignant tumor compressing lower bronchus and hence collapsed lower lobe Effusion is secondary to malignancy Nice exhibit

Thanx dr Santosh Sharma
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Rt sided pneumothorax with underlying lung collapse and ICD is seen in situ. Rt basal saccular shadows seen in rt lower zone, ? Intestinal loops ?? Cystic bronchiectasis.

right lung collapse with hydropneumothorax and dense adhesions may be due to secondary infection or COVID pneumonia

Rt pneumothorax with collapsed lung Opinion of thoracic surgeon

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