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Age: 3

Sex: Male

Indication: ? Aspirated foreign body

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Case #31


Findings

  • Symmetric pulmonary expansion with normal dependent volume loss in each lung on lateral decubitus views
  • No focal airspace opacification, pleural effusion, or pneumothorax
  • Normal size and configuration of the cardiopericardial silhouette


Diagnosis

  • Normal

Sample Report

Symmetric pulmonary expansion without evidence of air trapping on lateral decubitus views.

No focal airspace opacification, pleural effusion, or pneumothorax.

Normal size and configuration of the cardiopericardial silhouette.


Discussion

  • To recognize abnormal, it is important to be comfortable with normal



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