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  1. John Jossef

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    lung consolidation due to pneumonia ???
     

  3. Guest

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    i think it's like chronic bronchitis as we dont see patchy inflammation as a result of pneumonia .
     

  4. Guest

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    left hypertensive pneumothorax with bi-lobar atelectasia of the left lung in a young subject (I suppose ...)
     

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    I think it's pleural effusion
     

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    severe pneumonia
     

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    hydrothorax
     

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    left sided pleural effusion
     

  9. Rocket Queen

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    Left sided pleural effusion.
     

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    neumot
     

  11. Guest

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    pleural effusion, left side
     

  12. Guest

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    advanced plural infection
     

  13. Hendra Gandhi

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    It's Pleural Effusion (left)
     

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    I thinks it's a left sided pleural efusion.
     

  15. Guest

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    its effusion pleural sinistra ec KP
     

  16. Guest

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    left lung lower lobe atelectasia
     

  17. Guest

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    Left pleural effusion is quite possible but it usually has contra lateral deviation of trachea. Underlying etiology could be pneumonia. Lobar pneumonia may not necessarily not have patchy infiltrates but the x ray looks more like that of pleural effusion and underlying etiology could be pneumonia
     

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    Pneumothorax
     

  19. Guest

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    Lt sided pleural effusion, mostly due to severe pneumonia involving the Lt lower lobe..the effusion is mostly an empyema !
     

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    is it Cardiac Tamponade????????
     

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