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Large mass in the proximal trachea, just above the level of the manubrium. This looks adherent to the wall of the trachea between 6 and 9 o'clock. 90% occlusion of the tracheal lumen at this level.
Bilateral lower lobe consolidation, much more pronounced on the left, in keeping with aspiration pneumonia. No significant mediastinal lymphadenopathy.