Short history of progressive shortness of breath.
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Moderate right sided pleural effusion. Right basal compressive atelectasis.
Left lung clear.
A very nice example of a meniscus observed in pleural effusions, with the edge of the effusion tapering upwards at the lateral aspect.
In the erect position, this meniscus is the characteristic feature of an effusion.
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