Caceres’ Corner Case 126 (Update: Solution)

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Dear Friends,

I saw this case in November 13. Radiographs belong to a 72-year-old woman with fever.

Diagnosis:

1. Infected loculated fluid
2. RML pneumonia
3. Necrotic carcinoma
4. None of the above


PA chest

lateral chest

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    25 Responses to : Caceres’ Corner Case 126 (Update: Solution)

    1. Khan says:

      Infected loculated fluid

    2. Hellene says:

      1. Infected loculated fluid

    3. Anna Maria says:

      Loculated fluid

    4. gus says:

      1. Infected loculated fluid

    5. Joaquin says:

      4.- none of the above.

    6. genchi bari italia says:

      ….mi sembra ci sia un livello idroaereo, nel contesto di una opacità a livello interscissurale e pertanto propendo per una raccolta saccata, infetta….

    7. sht says:

      loculated effusion + segmental collapse consolidation

    8. J says:

      1. Infected loculated fluid with a collapse of the middle lobe ( loss of volume,…). Besides there is a displacement of the azigoesophageal line maybe because of a hiatal hernia.

    9. Jenia says:

      1. Loculated fluid

    10. Jose Caceres says:

      There is a finding in the PA view that goes against loculated fluid. Can you see it?

    11. magda says:

      destruction of the anterior aspect of the 5th right rib?

    12. juned ansari says:

      oval soft tissue density superimposed on the minor fissure on both the frontal and lateral views and also there is opacification of the RML abutting the horizontal fissure with elevation of the hemidiaphragm and crowding of the right sided ribs with adjacent abnormal soft tissue components in the chest wall….so goes in favor of malignancy

    13. gus says:

      Necrotic carcinoma?

    14. Hellene says:

      dear professor, please tell us if a patient has suffered a trauma?

    15. Andrei says:

      Infected large bronchogenic cyst. It might communicate with the tracheobronchial tree. Not malignant.

    16. amir says:

      If woman what about breast shadow.. mybe this is out of lung filed.

    17. andrei says:

      infected bronchogenic cyst

    18. Marwa says:

      Non of the above(Hydatid cyst)

    19. genchi bari italia says:

      ….feliz navidad y dichoso ano nuevo,,,MAGISTER !!!!

    20. Jose Caceres says:

      Grazie il mio amico

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