60y female fever cough breathlessness cervical lymph node suffering from 2 month. following investigation attached. please diagnosed.

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Parahilar lobulated opacity left. Left cervical lymphnodes enlarged . Left CP angle is obliterated. Left dome of diaphragm elevated. Bronchogenic carcinoma/lymphoma.

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Left hilar and Peri hilar Lymphadenopathy, Left C P Angle is obliterated. Patient is febrile and having Cervical Lymphadenopathy. She is fairly Anaemic and high count, predominantly Lymphocytic. Likely Lymphoma. Needs to exclude Bronchogenic CA by CECT and guided FNAC.

FNAC done it's CA. now pt is no more
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X-ray Chest - perihilar lymphadenitis, cavitary lesions, mild pleural effusion Left side. Mediastinal shifting to the left side. Sputum for AFB, if negative then do CBNAAT. PTB

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CXR..STUDY.. LEFT PARAHILAR OPACITIES.. LEFT CP..ANGLE OBLITERATED.. ? LEFT EFFUSION.. ? BRONCHOGENIC CA .. NEED'S.. HPE STUDY.. BRONCHOSCOPY..

Bronchogenic Carcinoma / Lympoma.

Bronchiogenic carcinoma

Lt lower lobe pneumonia with left pleural effusion

Lymphoma .Dr. s.l.Gupta

Hrct chest

Broad spectrum antibiotics gram and afb stain sputum

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