An 81-year-old male was admitted with increasing dyspnoea. He had a known history of cardiac failure. On examination, there were crackles at the lung bases and he was mildly hypertensive. ECG and Trop T were normal, WBC 29 and alkaline phosphatase 179. A CXR was performed (Image 1).
KeywordsAlkaline Phosphatase Cardiac Failure Chest Infection Conscious Effort Lung Base
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