Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Ronnie, Jul 18, 2012.
What does this patient have?
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pericardial bleeding, tamponade?
pericardial effusion+bilateral pleural effusion I'm not sure is there cardiac calcifications on the ct image if it is so most likely TB
pericardial effusion+ diffuse pericardial thickening = Pericardit . Tamponade may be peresent .Also bilateral moderate pleural effusion is seen.
pericardial effusion with possible cardiac tamponade
pericardial effusion + pericardial thickening + some pleural effusion
Pericardial Effusion & Pericardial Thickening is definitely present, most likely secondary to Pericarditis. I don't see any fluid in costo-diaphragmatic angle.
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