Bat wings - pulmonary edema
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Acute shortness of breath. Medical admissions patient.
Even allowing for projection the heart is enlarged.
Diffuse bilateral perihilar consolidation in a bat wing configuration.
Small left basal pleural effusion.
The classical appearances of pulmonary edema with bat wing appearance of the perihilar regions.
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