Kathryn E. Williams, MB
Karen L. Swanson, DO
Department of Pulmonary Medicine
Mayo Clinic Arizona
History of Present Illness
A 64-year-old man was seen in June 2015 with a nonproductive cough.
Past Medical History, Social History and Family History
He has no significant past medical history. He is a former smoker. Family history is positive for coronary artery disease
Decreased breath sounds over the right hemithorax with dullness to percussion. Otherwise, the physical exam is unremarkable.
A chest radiograph was performed (Figure 1).
Figure 1. Initial PA chest radiograph.
The chest radiograph shows which of the following? (Click on the correct answer to proceed to the second of five panels)
- There is a large mass in the right upper lobe
- There is a loculated pleural effusion
- There is volume loss in the right upper lobe
- 1 and 3
- All of the above