Presented to emergency department with fever and cough.
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Thick walled right upper lobe cavitary lung lesion with air fluid level.
This is a healthy patient who came to emergency department with a clinical picture of pneumonia. A chest X-ray showed upper lobe abscess of the right lung. During his hospitalization, was treated with antibiotics.
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