A 17 year old female with a background history of HIV presents with a 3 day history of fevers, chills and rigors. Her admission chest X-rays are shown below:
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Consider a 56 year old male with no past medical history presenting with 10 days of fevers, chills, myalgia and cough followed by worsening breathlessness over the past 4 days.
Consider a 73 year old female admitted with vomiting and subsequent chest pain. This is her admission chest X-ray.
A classic respiratory case. This 25 year old female presented with worsening breathless. She has no previous medical problems.
A 30 year-old male presented with 24 hours of worsening respiratory distress, following a 5-day prodrome of cough, fever, diarrhoea, lethargy and malaise.