A 34-Year-Old Pregnant Woman With Cough, Chest Pain, and a Left Upper Lobe Mass

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Abstract

A 34-year-old white woman who was 30 weeks’ pregnant initially presented to her primary care physician with a cough for which she was given antibiotics, but she had persistent symptoms. These were followed by chest pain, as a result of which she was referred to our department. She had a past medical history of hypertension, and currently was in her sixth pregnancy, with no reported complications in the previous pregnancies. Review of systems was otherwise negative. She had a three-pack-year smoking history, but denied smoking during her current pregnancy.

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