A 32yrs old male with Fever,cough,anorexia and fatigue.

32yrs/M with excessive cough with sputum,Fever,anorexia and fatigue since 5days.Not maintaining oxygen saturation.N/h/o Previous pulmonary pathology.INTERPRET CXR?

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Ground glass opacities seen in left mid and lower zone and right lower zone . Most likely COVID-19 associated viral pneumonia. A widely dilated mediastinum - may bd due to viral myocarditis and pericardial effusion.

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Smooth haziness seen in the lungs more on the left side, patient may require ventilation, suggestive of the bronchopneumonia DD covid19 DD pulmonary koch

Consolidation noted on left side. Do Sputum for gram stain, culture and sensitivity, AFB. COVID swab test. Pt may require positive pressure ventilation

Left Mid and lower zonal inhomogenous heziness. Possibly bronchiectasis with pleural effusion. Adv CECT thorax to confirm.

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Mediastinum dialated GGOs lt lower and mid zone as well as rt lower zone Covid19 pneumonitis Need covid protocols

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Left middle and lower lobe consolidation with pleural effusion ? COViD 19 with Superadded infection

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Xray shows cardiomegaly with LVH with b/l haziness at lower lobe Raised diaphragm See for usg pel abdo See for hrct See for blood report See for 2decho Intubate the patient if patient not mainting at bipap See for covid profile and covid 19 swab N treat accordingly follow covid protocol

Left lower lobe consolidation.. Symptoms suggestive of covid. But if sputum is present,there could be secondary bacterial infection also. Add antibiotics too. Give supplemental oxygen therapy if not good with room air. Do covid confirmatory test .

Bilateral basal pneumonitis Spo2 hrct RT PCR clia Cbc CRP ddimer il6 ldh ferritin Wide mediastium cardiomegaly ecg must Sarscov2 pure case

Mediastenal widening Bilateral lower lobe haziness ( Lt > rt) S/O : Viral pneumonitis ( Covid )

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