What is the pertinent imaging finding? What is the most likely explanation for this finding? What is the best course of management?
Download figure · Open in new tab · Download powerpoint. Figure 1. Anteroposterior radiograph showing right upper lobe consolidation.
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Loading Stack -. 0 images remaining. X-ray. There is cardiomegaly and right upper lobe consolidation.
View Case N. Interpretation of Case N There is an obvious consolidation of the right upper lobe. Although both costophrenic angles are sharp, ...
Obscuration of the cardiac apex (i. silhouette sign) represents pathology in the lingula segment of the left upper lobe.
With marked collapse of the RUL, the density of the lobe may blend with that of the right superior mediastinum
11.12 Right upper lobe collapse in a newborn with truncus arteriosus. The endotracheal tube tip (arrowhead) is close to the carina.
11.1 • Lower lobe atelectasis. A: PA chest radiograph of a 45-year-old man with shortness of breath shows abnormal opacity at the left base and elevation of ...
K Ashizawa, MD, K Hayashi, MD, N Aso, MD and K Minami, MD Lobar atelectasis: diagnostic pitfalls on chest radiography
A common finding in atelectasis of the right upper lobe is 'tenting' of the diafphragm (blue arrow).
PA (A) and lateral (B) chest radiographs demonstrate a subtle right-upper- lung zone suprahilar opacity and left-upper-lobe atelectasis associated with a ...
Figure 2 Chest X-ray of a neonate born at 25 weeks of gestation with a birth weight of 900 g, showing atelectasis of the right upper lobe.
Posteroanterior (Left) and Lateral (Right) Radiographs of the Chest, Showing Evidence of a Small Right Pleural Effusion and Atelectasis of the Right Upper ...
Axial (A) and sagittal (B) unenhanced chest CT (lung window) shows atelectatic lung (arrow) positioned between the posterior segment of the right upper lobe ...
Lungcarcinoma on the left obstructing the upper lobe bronchus and also a lung carcinoma on the right obstructing the right lower lobe.
Bilateral congenital lobar emphysema: A rare cause for respiratory distress in infancy Abushahin AM, Tuffaha AS, Khalil NK, Ismeal AM - Ann Thorac Med
The triangular density demonstrated in the right upper thorax is not RML disease. Rather, it is a normal paediatric thymus.
Chest radiograph in mechanically ventilated RSV-infected infant shows the presence of right upper lobe
Figure 3 Chest X-ray of a neonate born at 33 weeks of gestation with a birth weight of 1400 g, showing complete atelectasis of the right lung, ...
Control X-rays (Figure 2) have shown persistence of right upper lobe atelectasis and adequate central catheter and tracheal tube positioning.