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Consolidation --- air entry locally (secondary to infection) --- chest wall movement locally Dullness to percussion Bronchial breathing/ +++ breath sounds Coarse/fine crackles locally +++ vocal resonance
Collapse Blockage of a major airway with collapse of the distal lung segment Mediastinal shift towards the abnormality --- chest wall movement locally Dullness to percussion restricted to affected lobe --- breath sounds --- vocal resonance
Pleural effusion Collection of fluid between the 2 pleural layers Mediastinal shift away from the lesion (large effusion) --- chest wall movement locally “Stony” dull to percussion --- breath sounds bronchial breathing at upper border --- vocal resonance Pleural ru
Pneumothorax Air in the pleural space Mediastinal shift away from the lesion (tension pneumothorax) --- chest wall movement locally Hyperresonant to percussion --- breath sounds --- vocal resonance
Interstitial fibrosis No mediastinal shift trachea may move towards the fibrosis if in upper lobe Normal/--- chest wall movement Normal percussion note Normal breath sounds/vocal resonance Fine crackles present
Created by: funnyb0nes