24/m c/o breathlessness,sore throat.has history of travel from lko 7 days back.what could be the diagnosis

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Left paratracheal opacity seen. Peripherally placed heziness seen. Possibly viral pneumonia. Needs throat and nasal swab for influenza typing including covid 19. Needs hospital quarantine. CT thorax and medical management as per protocol.
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Prominent bronchovascular markings bilateral lower zones Infiltrates and haziness lt paracardiac region H/o travel Acute onset Needs to explore h/o contacts ?pneumonitis viral r/o covid19 Refer to nodal centre
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?? VIRAL PNEUMONITIS/BRONCHOPNEUMONIA AS THE HISTORY OF TRAVEL....VIRAL SCREENING FOR COVID-19,H1N1,CT THORAX WITH ALL REQUIRED HEMATOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION... WITH STRICT QUARANTINE OBSERVATION...
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Prominent bronchovascular markings Left mid nd lower heziness Pnemonitis could be viral History of travell Nasal nd throat swab for covid 19 H1N1. Further manegment accordingly
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Pt should be qurantine 14 days , investigate for h1n1,covid 19,take h/o of contact with any Corona positive, repeat x Ray again,hrct CT chest, monitoring the pt,
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Bilateral basal haziness,? viral pneumonitis.will require further investigation including covid screening.
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PROMINANT BRONCHOVASCULAR MARKINGS.. ? BRONCHITIS.. ? VIRAL PNEUMONITIS.. NEED'S FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS..
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Infiltration of the lungs more prominent on the left and right lower zones Need closer monitoring.
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Bronchovascular markings prominent B/L Bronchitis Viral Ref to medial college for screening
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H/o travel,acute onset breathlessness,sore throat,Hziness in Xray,but no h/o fever,pneumonia,possibility of covid 19 may be ,so advice Throat swab culture and C T thorax is necessary
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