Right upper lobe consolidation
One week of lethargy, myalgias, dyspnoea and chest tightness. Febrile to 38.0.
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There is consolidation within the postero-inferior aspect of the right upper lobe immediately abutting the horizontal fissure and posterior aspect of the right oblique fissure. No internal cavitation. The remainder of the lungs are clear. No pleural effusions. Heart size is normal.
Given the clinical details, this consolidation likely represents infective change.
Right upper lobe consolidation clearly outlining the horizontal fissure and posterior aspect of the right oblique fissure.