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There is consolidation within the left lower lobe. Within this region there are at least two well defined lucencies which are concerning for cavitation.
There is a calcified curvilinear structure within the right middle lobe of uncertain significance. Right upper lobe opacification could be due to fibrotic change although a degree of upper lobe collapse is not excluded.
Retrocardiac midline lucencies are consistent with a hiatus hernia.
Small pleural effusion of the left.
The heart size is within normal limits.
Left lower lobe consolidation with lucencies that may represent cavitation in this setting. Further evaluation with CT suggested.