No areas of consolidation suggested pneumonia However he just has bilateral

No areas of consolidation suggested pneumonia however

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demonstrated no new PE. No areas of consolidation suggested pneumonia. However, he just has bilateral compressive atelectasis, left greater than right. We cannot exclude pneumonia in these areas. Patient was a febrile in clinic yesterday. His oxygenation improved on 4 liters of oxygen and he was sent home. When patient returned to clinic today, he was 87% on 5 liters which improved 99 on nonrebreather. He had no complaints overnight, however, he has a febrile in clinic this morning at 101.5F. He has a chronic dry cough that has increased in frequency over the past several days. Patient ‘s Hodgkin’s lymphoma was recently recovered in July three years ago. He underwent 2 cycles of mini-BEAM with progressive disease. He is currently on cycle 1 of salvage gemcitabine, Navelbine and Doxil. we will be due for cycle 2 on Oct.11. he currently on growth factor simulation for stem cell collection. He is to begin his stem cell collection today. Patient currently has a pruritic crash over his back which is being treated with Triamcinolone and Atrax. PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Chemo refractory Hodgkin lymphoma depression, herpes zoster. PAST SURGUCAL HISTORY: None FAMILY HISTOY: None CONTRIBUTORY: He has a wonderful sister who is older than him.
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