Pulmonary edema


The first chest radiograph shows an area of decreased transparency (airspace opacity) in both perihilar regions, that was caused by an acute pulmonary edema. This in confirmed by a normal finding on the follow-up radiograph on the next day after treatment.

Tags:  Thorax  Lung
Radiology image - Pulmonary edema, first day: Thorax, Lung: X-ray - Plain radiograph

Pulmonary edema, first day

Pulmonary edema, first day: X-ray - Plain radiographPulmonary edema, second day: X-ray - Plain radiograph
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