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Figure 2: Radiographs of a 7-year-old female patient with sickle cell disease: (a) Frontal chest radiograph showing ill-defined patchy opacity, with air bronchogram in the right lower lung zone silhouetting the right cardiac border (arrow); (b) Lateral chest radiograph showing wedge-shaped consolidation overlying the cardiac border, representing middle lung lobe consolidation (arrow)

Figure 2: Radiographs of a 7-year-old female patient with sickle cell disease: (a) Frontal chest radiograph showing ill-defined patchy opacity, with air bronchogram in the right lower lung zone silhouetting the right cardiac border (arrow); (b) Lateral chest radiograph showing wedge-shaped consolidation overlying the cardiac border, representing middle lung lobe consolidation (arrow)