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60yrs female dry cough dyspnea since last 5 yrs. no history of PTB in past. spo2 82% BP 110/80mmhg bil fine crepts heard. plz comment on cxray.

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Multiple bronchiactasis lesions in lt lung mid and lower zone Mediastinal widening Tubular heart Multiple reticularions rt lung CT thorax

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Xray chest rotation noted Bilateral extensive fibrotic strands and calcified bodies are seen No active alveolar lesion seen Copd / I LD Nebulisation Bronchodilators Antifibrotic agents Steroids

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Fibro bronchiactetic changes left mid and lower zones. Fine reticulations with hard motlings both lungs. Pneumoconiosis/haemosiderosis. Adv--2D Echo.

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Multiple bronchiactasis lesions in lt lung mid and lower zone Mediastinal widening Tubular heart Multiple reticularions rt lung CT thorax

Thanks mam.ct thorax not brought by Pt. I was expecting ILD in this case.
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* ILD Fibro bronchiectatic changes left mid and lower zones seen. Mediastinal widening.

Thanks Dr Dinesh Gupta
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COPD I. L. D PNEUMOCONIOSIS ADVISABLE.. 2 D ECHO

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?? interstitial lung disease do 2d echo and hrct chest

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Silicosis

Muliple reticular lesions Wide mediastinum CT chest ECHO are fecommended

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Agreed with Dr Ashok leel sir

Fibro bronchiactetic changes with mottling over both lungs. Mostly Pneumoconiosis. Farmers lung

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