MCQ Radiology 25

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A patient develops an acute febrile illness with shivers, nonproductive cough, and pleuritic chest pain. Five days later, he presents to the emergency room after abruptly having "coughed up" nearly a cup of
blood-stained sputum. Which of the following is most likely to be seen on chest x-ray?
A. A cavity with a fluid level
B. Blunting of diaphragmatic costal angles
C. Complete opacification of one lobe with no additional findings
D. Patchy consolidation centered on bronchi
E. Prominent bronchi that can be followed far out into the lung fields


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