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Empyema

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Empyema

History: 60 YO female with a history of emphysema presented for follow-up care after completing a 2-week course of oral antibiotics for a community acquired pneumonia. The patient claimed to have worsening fatigue, myalgias, chills and fevers, and continued productive cough.

Findings: When compared to the patient's original imaging studies, the follow-up CXR and subsequent chest CT demonstrated worsening air-space disease with a new large left sided effusion.

Ddx: Parapneumonic effusion Empyema Pulmonary Abscess

Dxhow: US/Fluoroscopic guided drainage.

Exam: Bibasilar rales with decreased breath sounds over the lower left lung field.

No MeSH data available.


Fluoroscopic spot image demonstrates proper placement of a 14 French All-Purpose Drain (APD) that had been placed under US and fluoroscopic guidance. 600cc of purulent exudative fluid was aspirated during placement.
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Empyema

Banks KB - MedPix

Fluoroscopic spot image demonstrates proper placement of a 14 French All-Purpose Drain (APD) that had been placed under US and fluoroscopic guidance. 600cc of purulent exudative fluid was aspirated during placement.
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MPX2608_synpic20533: Fluoroscopic spot image demonstrates proper placement of a 14 French All-Purpose Drain (APD) that had been placed under US and fluoroscopic guidance. 600cc of purulent exudative fluid was aspirated during placement.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Empyema

History: 60 YO female with a history of emphysema presented for follow-up care after completing a 2-week course of oral antibiotics for a community acquired pneumonia. The patient claimed to have worsening fatigue, myalgias, chills and fevers, and continued productive cough.

Findings: When compared to the patient's original imaging studies, the follow-up CXR and subsequent chest CT demonstrated worsening air-space disease with a new large left sided effusion.

Ddx: Parapneumonic effusion Empyema Pulmonary Abscess

Dxhow: US/Fluoroscopic guided drainage.

Exam: Bibasilar rales with decreased breath sounds over the lower left lung field.

No MeSH data available.