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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: A portable chest radiograph from XXXX.

Indication: XXXX-year-old male with history of membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis also having shortness of breath.

Findings: There is interval placement of a XXXX on the left chest with the catheter tip in the cavoatrial junction. The heart size is within normal limits. Lung volumes within normal limits. Slightly prominent pulmonary vascularity noted. Increased peribronchial cuffing. No large consolidation, effusion, or pneumothorax. There is subpleural edema outlining the right XXXX fissure.

Impression: 1. Stable and adequately placed XXXX. 2. Prominent pulmonary vasculature, subpleural edema, and peribronchial cuffing suggestive of volume overload versus viral bronchiolitis.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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2 view ( PA and lateral) chest radiograph dated XXXX, XXXX at XXXX a.m.
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Figure 1: 2 view ( PA and lateral) chest radiograph dated XXXX, XXXX at XXXX a.m.


Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

2 view ( PA and lateral) chest radiograph dated XXXX, XXXX at XXXX a.m.
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Figure 1: 2 view ( PA and lateral) chest radiograph dated XXXX, XXXX at XXXX a.m.

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: A portable chest radiograph from XXXX.

Indication: XXXX-year-old male with history of membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis also having shortness of breath.

Findings: There is interval placement of a XXXX on the left chest with the catheter tip in the cavoatrial junction. The heart size is within normal limits. Lung volumes within normal limits. Slightly prominent pulmonary vascularity noted. Increased peribronchial cuffing. No large consolidation, effusion, or pneumothorax. There is subpleural edema outlining the right XXXX fissure.

Impression: 1. Stable and adequately placed XXXX. 2. Prominent pulmonary vasculature, subpleural edema, and peribronchial cuffing suggestive of volume overload versus viral bronchiolitis.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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