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There is right upper lobe collapse with shifting of the previously characterised right lower lobe mass superiorly, increased volume loss compared to prior examination (see below), and associated generalised increased density of the right hemisphere. This shifted mass and the nodule in the left upper lobe demonstrate interval increase in size compared to previous. There may be airspace disease or a third lesion in the left lower lobe adjacent to the cardiac silhouette.