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On auscultation, coarse crepts were heard on bilateral infra-axillary, axillary, bilateral infrascapular and bilateral mammary areas, diffuse scattered wheeze is present all over the chest.
Noncontrast CT demonstrated the presence of soft-tissue masses in the infrascapular region bilaterally, just deep to the anterior serratus and latissimus dorsi muscles, larger on the right measuing 7.1 cm in the AP dimension by 2.5 cm in the transverse dimension, by 6.6 cm in the craniocaudal dimension.
Physical examination revealed rales and bronchial breathing in the right infrascapular region.
The patient did have a history of multiple motor vehicle accidents resulting in whiplash associated injuries to the neck and infrascapular back area 15 to 20 years prior.
However, oxygen saturation was maintained at 96% in room air, with decreased breath sounds on the right infrascapular area.
All patients had symptoms of gallstone disease like fatty meal intolerance, belching and bloating, biliary colic, epigastric pain, and right upper quadrant pain with radiation to the infrascapular region.
On physical examination, the patient may have a unilateral and ill-defined tan, pink, or hyperpigmented nonindurated patch on the infrascapular back that is a result of long-time scratching.
In lower respiratory tract, trachea was slightly shifted to right side, breath sounds were absent on left infra-axillary, infrascapular, interscapular, and right infrascapular areas.
Pleural rub was audible on left infrascapular area suggesting pleurisy.
Examination of lower respiratory system revealed biphasic and coarse crepitations over the left infrascapular area.