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Post-op complications of a left nephrectomy: 1. left apical pnuemothorax 2. pneumomediastinum 3. pneumoperitoneum 4. left lower lobe infiltrate with effusion 5. subcutaneous emphysema

Patterson RAP - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Post-op complications of a left nephrectomy: 1. left apical pnuemothorax 2. pneumomediastinum 3. pneumoperitoneum 4. left lower lobe infiltrate with effusion 5. subcutaneous emphysema

History: 53 y/o maln s/p left nephrectomy

Findings: 1. left apical pnuemothorax 2. pneumomediastinum 3. pneumoperitoneum 4. left-sided pleural fluid collection, and likely compressive atelectasis of left lower lobe 5. subcutaneous emphysema

Exam: Unknown

No MeSH data available.


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Post-op complications of a left nephrectomy: 1. left apical pnuemothorax 2. pneumomediastinum 3. pneumoperitoneum 4. left lower lobe infiltrate with effusion 5. subcutaneous emphysema

Patterson RAP - MedPix (2007)

Lateral upright chest-still clearly visible is the free-air under the diaphragm.
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MPX1776_synpic32898: Lateral upright chest-still clearly visible is the free-air under the diaphragm.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Post-op complications of a left nephrectomy: 1. left apical pnuemothorax 2. pneumomediastinum 3. pneumoperitoneum 4. left lower lobe infiltrate with effusion 5. subcutaneous emphysema

History: 53 y/o maln s/p left nephrectomy

Findings: 1. left apical pnuemothorax 2. pneumomediastinum 3. pneumoperitoneum 4. left-sided pleural fluid collection, and likely compressive atelectasis of left lower lobe 5. subcutaneous emphysema

Exam: Unknown

No MeSH data available.