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56 yr old female Pt presented with complaints of chronic cough and breathlessness . Diagnosis and treatment plz

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Changes of COPD emphysema. Left apical fibrotic lesions seen. Left mid zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions with basal infiltration seen. Possibly Koch's sequelae with superadded infections. Evaluate for active PTB or bacterial infection.

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Fibro-bronchiectatic changes in left midzone with haziness extending to lower zone.small area of fibrosis in left apex.? pulmonary koch's.should be evaluated for active infection.

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Trachea mildly deviated towards rt Lt apical fibrocavity lesions Lt mid and basal region fibrobronchiectatic lesions Rt basal hazy with fibrocavitt lesions CT thorax PTB sequele Rule out active TB

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Bilateral Koch's chest

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Changes of COPD emphysema. Left apical fibrotic lesions seen. Left mid zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions with basal infiltration seen. Possibly Koch's sequelae with superadded infections. Evaluate for active PTB or bacterial infection.

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Bronchectesis with superadded infection

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Right lung, compensatory hypertrophy Left lung loss of volume , Left hilum pulled up , Left PULMONARY artery prominent Left perihilar fibrobronciectatic, nodular Infiltrations ? PT sequel, ? Reactivation ,? PULMONARY artery aneurysm Suggest CECT, ECHO , Sputum for AFB and CBNATT

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PTB Inflitration present in rt middle and lt middle and lower zone. Lt CP angle hazy.

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Fibrochachiatic cavitory lesions lt mid lower lobe on lt side Lt base and cp angles are not seen in full view Rt paracardiac haziness noted Rest of lungs are clear D/d 1 pulmonary tuberculosis 2 bronchiactasis

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PTB

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