40yr old male c/o cough with expect. ,fever,lt side chest pain ×4 months ,h/o loa/low...exsmoker/alcoholic

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Large thick walled cavity with air fluid level on left side with surrounding infiltration likely cause Pulmonary TB

Looks like lung abscess. D.D-post TB hydropneumothorax. Icd is visible in one of x ray films. How is icd-content; air leak etc. Can you elaborate? Also post recent x ray too

Large thick walled cavity showing air fluid level within and surrounding area of ground glass opacity with volume loss in & Mild compensatory hyperinflation of left lung. D/D lung abscess. tuberculosis Fungal infection Burkholderia Ca lung

Clinically consider carcinoma lung, pulmonary tuberculosis and lung abscess. Repeat 3D-CT if possible. Repeat sputum AFB. Start anti-tubercular treatment till diagnosis is confirmed.

Hydropneumothorax.

Left sided hydropneumothorax with near total collapse of left lung. Right sided multiple tree in bud nodules. X ray and CT features of Rt lung not matching. XRay shows extensive consolidation. Mediastinal lymphadenopathy. Infectious etiology more likely. Possibly Koch's

Encysted large left hydropneumothorax with passive lung collapse. Focal infiltrative lesions in anterior segment of right upper lobe

Left side upper lobe cavitation wt lower lobe emphysema. Suggestive of hydro pneumothorax. Wt rt sided infiltration all over noted. Possibility of pulmonary tuberculosis. Correlect wt fluid cytology.

Left side encysted hydro pneumothorax n less possibly thick walled cavity with lung abcess with infiltrate in r upper lobe more towards anterior segment.probably tubercular.go for icd n after investigations start att.

Large thick walled cavity showing air fluid level within and surrounding area of ground glass opacity with volume loss in left lung. Mild compensatory hyperinflation of left lung. ---> consistent with lung abscess. Focal nodules also seen in right upper lobe, few of them showing calcification ---> consistent with tuberculosis

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