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Right Middle Lobe Pneumonia

Long JRL - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Right Middle Lobe Pneumonia

History: Fever and cough for several days.

Findings: PA and lateral radiographs of the chest demonstrate an airspace opacity within the right mid lung field, seen on both views. This silouettes the right heart border on the frontal radiograph. There is no pneumothorax and no pleural effusion. The pulmonary vasculature is within normal limits.

Ddx: RML Infection (pneumonia) RML Aspiration RML Collapse Focal pulmonary edema Contusion Infarction Neoplasm

Dxhow: Radiographic findings considered in the clinical context.

Exam: T: 103

No MeSH data available.


The location of the right middle lobe.  Notice how it extends from the horizontal (minor) fissure and overlays part of the Right heart border.
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Right Middle Lobe Pneumonia

Long JRL - MedPix (2006)

The location of the right middle lobe.  Notice how it extends from the horizontal (minor) fissure and overlays part of the Right heart border.
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MPX1350_synpic31784: The location of the right middle lobe. Notice how it extends from the horizontal (minor) fissure and overlays part of the Right heart border.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Right Middle Lobe Pneumonia

History: Fever and cough for several days.

Findings: PA and lateral radiographs of the chest demonstrate an airspace opacity within the right mid lung field, seen on both views. This silouettes the right heart border on the frontal radiograph. There is no pneumothorax and no pleural effusion. The pulmonary vasculature is within normal limits.

Ddx: RML Infection (pneumonia) RML Aspiration RML Collapse Focal pulmonary edema Contusion Infarction Neoplasm

Dxhow: Radiographic findings considered in the clinical context.

Exam: T: 103

No MeSH data available.