A. Right upper lobe Collapse.
B. Right sided Pneumonia.
C. Right sided Pneumothorax.
D. Normal X ray.
Ans:A. Right upper lobe collapse.
Chest X ray in the image shows:
- The horizontal fissure has been displaced upwards from its original position (shown by yellow arrow)
- Dense opacification of the medial part of the right upper zone (shown by red circle)
Enlarged right hilum.
Probable diagnosis is Collapse of Right upper lobe.
- The underlying cause might be a lung cancer causing obstruction to the right upper lobe bronchus(as there is a history of chronic smoking)