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Right Paratracheal lymphadenopathy

25 year Male patient presented with complaints of Weight-loss and nocturnal cough since 1 month..... Kindly share positive findings in chest X-ray.

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Chest xray showing Right paratracheal opacity. patient was advised for USG Neck and W/A which showed mesentric lymphadenopathy. Usg guided FNAC done from Neck LN suggestive of Granulomatous Inflammation. Patient was put on ATT. Improving with treatment.

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CXR..STUDY.. ? KOCH'S .. NEED'S.. HEMOGRAM.. SPUTUM STUDY.. CBNAAT..

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Widened mediastinum ? Hilar lymphadenopathy

Chest xray showing Right paratracheal opacity. patient was advised for USG Neck and W/A which showed mesentric lymphadenopathy. Usg guided FNAC done from Neck LN suggestive of Granulomatous Inflammation. Patient was put on ATT. Improving with treatment.

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Parahilar infiltration Lt Lung Ad CBNAAT Sputum exam

BL hilar lymphadenopathy ... Otherwise looks normal..

Hilar lyphadenopathy (BL), Normal cxr.

The last.hilar is prominent and shows some mottling..possibly non.sp.inf. Adv.check x.ray after 15 days of antibiotic therapy to rule out Koch s.

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