Pneumothorax, Pulmonary HTN, Hemoptysis- Clin med Exam 1

Patient presents with non exertional, pleuritic and unilateral chest pain. On exam they have increased hyperressonance to percussion, decreased tactile fremitus and decreased breath sounds on affected side. Films show a DEEP SULCUS SIGN. What is the diagnosis and what is tx?
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Patient presents with dyspnea, accentuated S2, signs of right sided heart failure such as increased JVP, peripheral edema and ascites. What is diagnosis, and what will your order to get definitive diagnosis?Pulmonary HTN Right sided heart catheterization (GOLD STANDARD)What will an ECG show in someone with Pulmonary HTN?Cor pulmonale, RVH, right axis deviationWhat will you see on chest xray of a patient with pulmonary HTN?enlarged pulmonary arteries Interstitial/alveolar edema, signs of HFWhat is FIRST LINE TREATMENT FOR Vasoreactive pulmonary HTN?Calcium channel blockersIf a patient presents with MASSIVE HEMOPTYSIS, where is the bleeding most likely coming from?Arterial erosion25 year old female presents with chest pain, dyspnea and you find out that this started while she was menstrating. What is possible dx?Catamenial PTXWhat population is most commonly affected by a spontaneous pneumothorax?Tall, thin men aged 20-40 who smokePatient presents with physical exam findings as follows: Increased hyperresonance to percussion, decreased breath sounds decreased fremitus and non exertional chest pain and dyspnea. What is dx?Pneumothorax