1. Findings compatible with severe transspatial cervical infection with mediastinal extension with foci of extraluminal air concerning for necrotizing fasciitis/mediastinitis. Origin may be the right oropharynx, with fluid and phlegmonous changes extending in the retropharyngeal tissues, anterior cervical spaces, and visualized upper mediastinum. Epiglottic and supraglottic swelling with narrowing of the supraglottic airway. Inferior extent of disease is incompletely imaged, thoracic imaging may be obtained pre or postoperatively.
2. Cystic lesion in the left lung apex, with focal mural nodularity, likely chronic and unrelated to current active infection, however could represent septic embolization. This can also be evaluated on thoracic imaging as suggested above.