Lady Windermere Syndrome; Rare Pulmonary Infection Secondary To Voluntary Suppression Of Cough.
65-year-old lady suffering from cough for the last one month with white colored scanty sputum. Past three weeks she has developed wheeze with shortness of breath. She also complains of on and off mid fever for last two weeks with evening raise of temperature. No evidence of chest pain or hemoptysis. No past history of pulmonary tuberculosis or allergic airway disease. Non diabetic and non-hypertensive.
General physical examination was normal. On auscultation there was reduced air entry with crackles in the right mid and lower zones. Rest of the systems was normal.
Hiremath, Dr Rudresh Dr, "Lady Windermere Syndrome; Rare Pulmonary Infection Secondary To Voluntary Suppression Of Cough." (2023). Radiology Teaching Files. 15.