Mediastinal drains in situ. Pericardial effusion and bilateral pleural effusions with collapse/consolidation of the adjacent lung.
Lung cancer affecting left upper lobe, mediastinal lymphadenopathy and left sided pleural effusion with patchy consolidation.
CXR: Dense opacity at the right apex, in keeping with symptoms of Pancoast tumour
Ill-defined infiltrate in the right upper zone.
Routine CXR in long term smoker with chronic cough. Focal density is visible in the left mid zone, given history potentially suspicious nature - CT scan requested to elicit nature of density, confirmed spiculated 2.9cm mass, in keeping with bronchogenic Ca
CT Abdomin: Multiple cysts of varying sizes seen throughout both kidneys,liver and pancreas.
Right Upper lobe mass in hilar region.
Selected axial image from a contrasted CT examination demonstrates mulitple, widespread low attenuation lesions throughout the liver consistent with liver metastases.
The primary malignancy is in sigmoid colon (Not visualised on this image)
Due to poor clinical picture a preliminary diagnosis of bronchiolitis was made.
X-ray was performed after admission showing a RIGHT pneumothorax of RIGHT upper lobe, with minimal compression of Middle and Lower lobes.
Lateral translocation of tibia, disrupting left knee joint. No bony fractures