Right lower lobe collapse from inhaled tooth
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Tooth present in the right lower lobe bronchus, resulting in collapse distally.
Inhaled foreign bodies may be complicated by haemoptysis, air trapping, post-obstructive collapse, pneumonia or bronchiectasis. Removal of the foreign body is usually performed via bronchoscopy.
Case credit: Dr Donna D'Souza.