A 56 year old electrician presents to his GP with a six mont
Anushree Debbarma
A 56 year old electrician presents to his GP with a six month history of gradually increasing shortness of breath. He is an ex-smoker (30 pack years) but he has no other respiratory symptoms. After examining his chest, the GP requests a chest x ray. Which one of the following statements about this chest x ray is correct?

A) There is collapse of the entire left lung
B) There is a fluid meniscus in the left upper zone
C) The most likely cause of this appearance is heart failure
D) The cause of this abnormality is visualised on this x ray
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Dr. J●●●●●●r N●●●●a
Dr. J●●●●●●r N●●●●a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
B
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D●●●●a a●●●●●l
d●●●●a a●●●●●l General Medicine
Its pleural effusion
Aug 12, 2016Like
S●●●●i J●●n
S●●●●i J●●n General Medicine
B?
Aug 14, 2016Like