67 year old with a past history of treated pulmonary tuberculosis presenting with dyspnoea. please help in diagnosis and rx?

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Old healed kochs with fibrosis, emphysema, left side pneumothorax (less than one third of hemithorax need not to be tapped, unless pt is very much dysponec )
Right upper zone volume loss,bronchiectasis changes,with old healed kochs lesions with calcification,with copd changes with patchy opacities on rt mid zone...
Right upper zone fibrosis with fibrocavitary lesions with bronchiectacic changes
Fibrocavitary lesion may be due to reactivation. Do sputum AFB, CBNAAT.
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Old pulm. Tb. with emphysema.Traet with in the lines of COPD.(dt: 8/1/17).
Bilateral pneumothorax
Pneumothorax (Lt) ?
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