I wouldn't be too worried since they have already started antibiotics. Atelectasis is just compressed lung tissue from the infection, and the infiltrate is indicative of bacterial pneumonia. The location isn't really important; just as long as it doesn't spread to other areas. If it was in the apex of the lung, it could be concerning for other types of infection, but this seems pretty standard for bacterial pneumonia in a child. Just complete the antibiotic and follow-up in a few weeks with the pediatrician. If things get worse, call you doc because they may have to switch antibiotics, but cephalexin usually works more than 90% of the time.
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Is it normal that before then he started with antibiotics he complain on headache, pain in his arms,sorethroat or that is simptoms that he had flu 2 times in 2 months. He was on temi flu in january and after that he is not feeling well. @ weeks ago they tested him for flu and he was positive again but his PCP said is too late to start with medications.
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