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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    Right pleural effusion
     

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    Large free pleural effusion on the right side. There is mediastinal shift to left side
     

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    Pleural effusion l.dx. with shift mediastinum contralateral.
     

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    Chest X-ray P/A view in erect posture with both dome of diaphragm showing homogenous opacity over the right lung field involving middle & lower lobes with some part of the upper lobe, obliteration of right cardio & costophrenic angle, trachea deviated to the left side, obliteration of right cardiac silouhette, no bony lesion is present. So my provisional diagnosis is Right sided massive pleural effusion.
     

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    Answer : Right pleural effusion

     

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