Rhomboid fossa of both clavicles
Patient complains of fever and dry intermittent cough for 2 days.
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Both lung fields and pleural spaces are clear.
Cardiomediastinal contours and hilar regions within normal limits.
Incidental prominent rhomboid fossa in the inferior surface of the medial aspect of both clavicles - a normal variant.
The rhomboid fossa consists of a roughened area along the lower surface of the medial end of the clavicle and serves as an attachment for the costoclavicular ligament.