Left upper lobe collapse

Case contributed by Bahman Rasuli
Diagnosis almost certain


New-onset cough.

Patient Data

Age: 80 years
Gender: Female

Left upper lobe collapse and obliteration of left upper lobe bronchus

Compensatory hyperaeration of the left lower lobe  

Scattered calcifications adjacent to the left hilum and around the left upper and lower lobe bronchus due to calcified lymph nodes.

Scattered ground-glass nodules and opacities of the left lower lobe superior and basal segments as well as the right middle lobe medial segment.

Case Discussion

Left upper lobe collapse.

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