45 yrs male patient having complaints of chest pain for three months and episodic cough.

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? Pulmonary tuberculosis Infiltration B/L apical zones seen. Rt side lymphadenopathy can be seen. Needs further investigations and evaluation to conclude diagnosis and line of treatment.
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Bilateral lung fields are showing prominent interstitial lung markings with linear opacity in right lower zone and unfolding of arota s/o ? ILD . Advised hrct thorax for further evaluation.
Infiltrates seen apical zones b/l with bulging of hilum on rt side suspicious lymphadenopathy r/o pulmonary tuberculosis
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Bilateral apical zone opacities.. Widening mediastinum(?) B/l Lower zone Bronchiectatic changes...
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Fibrotic lesions in bl apical zones withbronchiectatic changes in lower zones....rule out koch s
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Rt apical zone infiltration B/l bronchovasvular marking prominent Most probably pul TB
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RT. SIDE.... LYMPHADENOPATHY... .NEEDED.... ROUTINE. EXAM RULE. OUT... KOCH'S
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Right medistinal widening + ,get one plain ct thorax ,,parenchyma appears normal
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Rt side Lymphadenopathy ask for CBC ESR Blood SUGAR HIV Sputum for AFB CBNNAT
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Maybe pulmonary tuberculosis, advise montux test, Sputum For AFB.
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