Chest X-ray showing an air fluid level in the left hemithorax which was wrongly diagnosed as an hydropneumothorax
A chest X-ray showed an air fluid level in the left lung which was
wrongly diagnosed as an hydropneumothorax (Fig. 1 ), in front
of respiratory symptoms exacerbation, chest drain was introduced
through the left hemithorax.
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