Lung cancer. Coloured frontal chest X-ray of a patient with cancer of their right lung (left). The extent of the cancer has caused a 'whiteout' of the X-ray (white, left), most likely due to lack of air in the lung. X-ray whiteouts are common signs of extensive lung disorders, and make it difficult to see, and therefore diagnose, further physical problems.
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