Chest x-ray shows...
Chest x-ray shows a pleurally based wedge-shaped opacity in the periphery of the left lower lobe which is referred to as the Hampton hump sign. There is also blunting of the costophrenic angles consistent with bilateral pleural effusions; left greater than right.
System: Chest
Modality: X-ray (Frontal)

- “ This case demonstrates extensive bilateral pulmonary emboli with concurrent bilateral pleural effusions, lung infarction (Hampton hump sign) and p...”

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