An asymptomatic abnormality detected on chest radiography

an asymptomatic abnormality  detected on chest radiography

 

Question

A 22-year-old man was referred to us for evaluation of an asymptomatic abnormality  detected on chest radiography performed during a physical screening before the start of military service. He was a nonsmoker, had no pulmonary symptoms, and was otherwise well.

Where is the abnormality on this chest radiograph?

Left lower lobe
Left upper lobe
Right lower lobe
Right upper lobe
Superior mediastinum

 

 

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