A Chest X-Ray causing confusion
A 91-year old female presented to Acute Medical Unit with a 2 week history of shortness of breath and haemoptysis. Her past medical history included osteoporosis, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma, cataracts, and a colonic polypectomy. Her medications: Citalopram 10 mg, Co-codamol, Beclomethasone 200 mcg inhaler, Salbutamol MDI inhaler, Omeprazole 20 mg and Alendronic acid. She was an ex-smoker with a 20-pack year history who had stopped smoking 40-years ago. She did not drink alcohol and lived alone independently.