A 58-year-old male asked about a 89-year-old female:
Interval progression of the pleural effusion bilaterally with ground-glass opacity both lungs more on the right side as well as small atelectasis in the right lung base. prominent pulmonary vasculature bilaterally, especially centrally?
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Likely pulm oedema: You should consult your doctor for a thorough history and physical examination, however the radiology report suggests that the patient has "water in the lungs", usually as a result of weakness in the pumping of the heart. if your doctor confirms this, diuretics will improve symptoms
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