High-grade serous ovarian cancer. New shortness of breath. Pulmonary embolism?
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There is diagnostic contrast opacification of the pulmonary arteries. There is no pulmonary embolus. Bilateral small pleural effusions that are larger than two days ago. Patchy peri bronchiolar consolidations (peri-bronchial cuffing), ground glass opacities, and interlobular septal thickening involving both lower lobes. Lungs are otherwise clear. There is no lymph node enlargement or other mediastinal abnormality.