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55yr old male c/o cough breathlessness and h/o haemoptysis 1week back.ek smoker. no other comorbidity. ur comments on the case and CXR pls!!!

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There is fibrovascular cavity rt mid zone with hazy opacity arround There is round opacity lt lower zone D/d 1 pulmonary tuberculosis 2 malignancy is to be r/o

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Changes of COPD emphysema. Rt mid costal infiltration with fibrocavitatory lesion seen. Rt paratracheal and left lower zonal calcified opacities seen likely old calcified granuloma. COPD ,PTB sequelae with relapse.

There is fibrovascular cavity rt mid zone with hazy opacity arround There is round opacity lt lower zone D/d 1 pulmonary tuberculosis 2 malignancy is to be r/o

H.R.C.T. of thorax to be don to exclude malignancy.
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Changes of COPD Rt mid zone infiltration with fibrocavitatory leasion Suggestive of pulmonary koch’s or malignancy

Fibrovascular cavity rt mid zone with hazyness around Round opacity Lt lower zone D/D PTB Malignancy CBNAAT HRCT Thorax

Right upper zone infiltration, and cavitation Left BASAL dense oval shadow ,? Calcified granuloma? Extra thoracic lesion PT HRCT ,sputum for AFB and CBNATT,

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Round opacity with hazziness Rt mid xone. Koch's pulmonary.. DD.Malignency.

Rt mid zone fibrocavity lesions with apical infilteration Lt basal round opacity ? PTB sequele? MDR CT thorax / sputum analysis

Cardiovascular markings prominent bilateral,rt mid costal fibrocavitory lesion,left lower zone round calcified opacity, Tubular

Fibrotic lesion rt midzone calcified foci lt lowerzonert hilar do cbnat hrct history with finding suggest active Koch's

Fibrocavitory lesion Rt mid zone With BV Markings prominent R/O PTB, MALIGNANCY , ILD Need of HRCT CHEST

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