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BOF: 2.97

 

A 70-year-old male is admitted to the ward for investigation of a change in bowel habit. On examination he looks well, he is not in respiratory distress, pulse rate 80 beats per minute regular, BP 140/60; no abnormality was detected on examination of his chest and abdomen. He has a chest x-ray as part of the routine work up in your unit. The chest x-ray shows a calcified pleural plaque located in the diaphragmatic pleura on the right hand side.

Which of the following is likely in this patient?

 

a)      Healed pulmonary tuberculosis

 

b)     Mesothelioma

 

c)      Asbestosis

 

d)      Asbestos exposure

 

e)      Active pulmonary tuberculosis

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