Acute pulmonary edema
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Hazy perihilar opacity, right > left. Kerley A and B lines are present. No pleural effusion. Cardiac silhouette is not grossly enlarged.
Typical findings of acute pulmonary edema, which secondary to cardiogenic shock (cause of which was not known) with a degree of fluid overload (the patient had been aggressively fluid resuscitated).
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