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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    Chest Xray

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    radio opaqe shado in the right upper lobe highly suggest lobe pnuomonia .....or collapse lobe
     


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    CHEST and heart x-ray shows: homogenous opacity in lobar disturibtion (upper lobe of right lung)..triangular in shape with concave border where base toward pluera and apex toward mediastinum...
    ..mediastinum shifted to opposite side...so most propably upper lobar collapse of right lung...
     


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    right upper lobe atelactasis
     


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    lobar pneumonia
     


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    right upper lobe pneumonia and there are air bronchograms
     


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    Pancoast tumor
     

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    rt upper lobe pneumonia with collapse
     


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    Right upper lobar pneumonia
     


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    its a syndrome of infiltrative T.B so it may be pneumonia, caseous pneumonia.. can't see x-ray clear so difficult to differentiate...
     


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    Answer : Lobar Pneumonia
     


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    atelektasis
     


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    Depend to clinic it might be Lobar pneumonia or Consolidation Right Upper Lobe
     


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    lobar collapse (atelectasis) becuz of the mediastinal shifting towards it
     


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