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Resende G, Pneumothorax. Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 30 Mar 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-81635
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31 Aug 2020
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Hospital de Base do Distrito Federal
Hospitalized patient, control exam after central venous catheter procedure.
Age: 70 years
From the case: Pneumothorax
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Pneumothorax on the right, with associated pulmonary collapse, without deviations from the mediastinal structures.
Pneumothorax occurs due to the leakage of air from the lungs to the chest cavity, resulting from a traumatic injury, lung disease or spontaneous event.
Contributed by Dr. Hemilianna Hadassa Silva Matozinho M.D.
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