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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: None.

Indication: XXXX-year-old with shortness of breath. Atelectasis versus infiltrate.

Findings: The heart size is moderately enlarged. The pulmonary XXXX and mediastinum are within normal limits. There is no pleural effusion or pneumothorax. Again noted is XXXX and left midlung airspace opacity XXXX atelectasis. There is left basilar opacity XXXX atelectasis as well. There is improved right midlung opacity. There are mild degenerative changes of the spine. XXXX sternotomy XXXX are intact. Extensive atherosclerotic disease.

Impression: Probable left midlung and left basilar atelectasis. Cardiomegaly.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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PA and lateral chest radiographs dated XXXX at XXXX hours.
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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

PA and lateral chest radiographs dated XXXX at XXXX hours.
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Figure 1: PA and lateral chest radiographs dated XXXX at XXXX hours.

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Comparison: None.

Indication: XXXX-year-old with shortness of breath. Atelectasis versus infiltrate.

Findings: The heart size is moderately enlarged. The pulmonary XXXX and mediastinum are within normal limits. There is no pleural effusion or pneumothorax. Again noted is XXXX and left midlung airspace opacity XXXX atelectasis. There is left basilar opacity XXXX atelectasis as well. There is improved right midlung opacity. There are mild degenerative changes of the spine. XXXX sternotomy XXXX are intact. Extensive atherosclerotic disease.

Impression: Probable left midlung and left basilar atelectasis. Cardiomegaly.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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