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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: XXXX, XXXX at XXXX p.m..

Indication: Reevaluate pneumothorax. Stab wound.

Findings: There is increased size of left pneumothorax, with XXXX partial collapse of the left upper and lower lobes. This pneumothorax measures up to 3.5 cm in maximum width at the apex. There is no significant mediastinal shift. The right lung remains clear. Cardiomediastinal silhouette is within normal limits. There is a small left pleural effusion/hemothorax. No focal air space opacities. No free subdiaphragmatic air.

Impression: 1. Increased size of left pneumothorax, with XXXX partial collapse of the left upper and lower lobes. 2. Small left pleural effusion/hemothorax.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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PA and Lateral views of the Chest performed on XXXX, XXXX.
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Figure 2: PA and Lateral views of the Chest performed on XXXX, XXXX.


Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

PA and Lateral views of the Chest performed on XXXX, XXXX.
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Figure 2: PA and Lateral views of the Chest performed on XXXX, XXXX.

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: XXXX, XXXX at XXXX p.m..

Indication: Reevaluate pneumothorax. Stab wound.

Findings: There is increased size of left pneumothorax, with XXXX partial collapse of the left upper and lower lobes. This pneumothorax measures up to 3.5 cm in maximum width at the apex. There is no significant mediastinal shift. The right lung remains clear. Cardiomediastinal silhouette is within normal limits. There is a small left pleural effusion/hemothorax. No focal air space opacities. No free subdiaphragmatic air.

Impression: 1. Increased size of left pneumothorax, with XXXX partial collapse of the left upper and lower lobes. 2. Small left pleural effusion/hemothorax.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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