Right-sided bronchial isomerism diagnosed in adulthood

This case report describes a diagnosis of right-sided isomerism and specifically right-sided bronchial isomerism in a patient who was being investigated for deteriorating bronchiectasis. Right-sided bronchial isomerism is a variation of the normal bronchial anatomy (situs solitus) consisting of a left lung that is identically configured at the bronchial and lobar level to the right.