Last updated on: May 21st, 2021

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A 48 year old woman presents with progressive dyspnea for 1 week. There was no cough or chest pain.

She was diagnosed with metastatic cancer of the right breast 1 year ago, for which a radical mastectomy was performed. She completed her 6th cycle of chemotherapy three months ago.

On admission, her oxygen saturation was 82%, which improved to 99% with high flow oxygen. A full blood count and chest x-ray are normal.

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