40 yo man from Mexico presents with five weeks of subjective fevers, dyspnea, and pleuritic chest discomfort which did not respond to antimicrobial treatment. Practice reading chest x-rays and learn how to identify enlarged aortic silhouette.
A 66-year-old smoker with a right mediastinal mass and partial upper lobe collapse found to be squamous cell lung cancer. The images demonstrate the difference between intrapulmonary and extrapulmonary masses.
48 yo woman with history of cervical cancer treated with chemoradiation who presents with 2 months of progressive cough and shortness of breath. Practice reading CXRs and learn how to differentiate between primary lung cancer and metastatic disease.
21 yo woman presents with one week of new left-sided chest and mid-thoracic back pain associated with shortness of breath, chills and non-drenching night sweats. Practice reading CXRs and learn how to differentiate a mediastinal and intrapulmonary mass.