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A male patient presented with dyspnea and blood-tinged sputum.
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Bilateral small pleural effusions.
Bilateral basal pneumonic consolidation more on the left side as well as the right middle lobe.
Pectoralis muscles are absent/atrophic on the left side.
A male patient presented with dyspnea and blood-tinged sputum, this is attributed to pleural effusion and bronchitis.
Incidental discovery of a hypoplastic left side of the chest wall is observed, that upon further investigation has been present since birth.