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Asthma and pneumomediastinum

Scism JTS - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Asthma and pneumomediastinum

History: "SOB" - Shortness of breath.

Findings: Frontal and lateral views of the chest reveal no evidence of pulmonary opacities to suggest infiltrate. The frontal view reveals a faint lucency surrounding the heart. The lateral view shows lucency anterior and posterior to the cardiac silhouette. Remainder of examination is normal.

Ddx: The differential diagnosis includes pneumomediastinum vs. artifact.

Dxhow: Radiologic appearance.

Exam: none provided

No MeSH data available.


Frontal and lateral views of the chest reveal no evidence of pulmonary opacities to suggest infiltrate. The frontal view reveals a faint lucency surrounding the heart. The lateral view shows lucency anterior and posterior to the cardiac silhouette. Remainder of examination is normal.
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MPX1430_synpic60424: Frontal and lateral views of the chest reveal no evidence of pulmonary opacities to suggest infiltrate. The frontal view reveals a faint lucency surrounding the heart. The lateral view shows lucency anterior and posterior to the cardiac silhouette. Remainder of examination is normal.


Asthma and pneumomediastinum

Scism JTS - MedPix (2006)

Frontal and lateral views of the chest reveal no evidence of pulmonary opacities to suggest infiltrate. The frontal view reveals a faint lucency surrounding the heart. The lateral view shows lucency anterior and posterior to the cardiac silhouette. Remainder of examination is normal.
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MPX1430_synpic60424: Frontal and lateral views of the chest reveal no evidence of pulmonary opacities to suggest infiltrate. The frontal view reveals a faint lucency surrounding the heart. The lateral view shows lucency anterior and posterior to the cardiac silhouette. Remainder of examination is normal.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Asthma and pneumomediastinum

History: "SOB" - Shortness of breath.

Findings: Frontal and lateral views of the chest reveal no evidence of pulmonary opacities to suggest infiltrate. The frontal view reveals a faint lucency surrounding the heart. The lateral view shows lucency anterior and posterior to the cardiac silhouette. Remainder of examination is normal.

Ddx: The differential diagnosis includes pneumomediastinum vs. artifact.

Dxhow: Radiologic appearance.

Exam: none provided

No MeSH data available.