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Figure 3 (A, B): Frontal chest radiographs show an endotracheal tube in the right main bronchus (arrowhead in A), causing hyperinflation of the ipsilateral lung and partial collapse of the left lung (curved arrow in A). After withdrawal of the tube into the trachea (arrow in B), the left lung has inflated

Figure 3 (A, B): Frontal chest radiographs show an endotracheal tube in the right main bronchus (arrowhead in A), causing hyperinflation of the ipsilateral lung and partial collapse of the left lung (curved arrow in A). After withdrawal of the tube into the trachea (arrow in B), the left lung has inflated