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This is the answer page to Case 13 from the page titled What is the Value of the Lateral Chest Projection?

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This 31 year old female presented to the Emergency Department with fever, left pleuitic chest pain and left lung 'crackles'.

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There is a dense retrocardiac opacity (black arrows) with at least one airbronchogram line (grey arrow)


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There is abnormal lretrocardiac ung opacity
The appearances are consistent with LLL consolidation.

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