A 38-year-old female comes to the clinic with fever and 3 days of right-sided abdominal pain. She also has a history of cough since 6 days. She denies any SOB, vomiting, vaginal discharge, or other complaints. The patient has a history of hypothyroidism, and she had undergone a left oophorectomy for an ovarian cyst a year ago. Temperature is 39 C (102.2 F), blood pressure is 130/80 mm Hg, and pulse is 88/min. On physical examination, there is mild tenderness in the right lower quadrant and rales at both bases. The rest of the examination is unremarkable. Her CBC, BMP, LFTs, UA, and lipase are normal. The Chest X-ray finding is shown in the picture.
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