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62yrs old female Past hx of PTB 30 yrs back and treated with ATT now presented with chest pain and cough...on auscultation decrease air entry and exp wheeze. What u suspecting after seeing X-ray chest??

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COPD emphysema.left upper and mid zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions with complete herniation of mediastinum towards left. PTB sequelae. Needs antibiotics bronchodilators mucolytics nutrition. Sputum BAL examination for AFB CBNATT bacterial fungal c/s.

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COPD emphysema.left upper and mid zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions with complete herniation of mediastinum towards left. PTB sequelae. Needs antibiotics bronchodilators mucolytics nutrition. Sputum BAL examination for AFB CBNATT bacterial fungal c/s.

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Hyperinflated lung rt side with pulling of trachea on lt side with dense calcified lesion with fresh fibronodular infiltrates in lt upper and mid zone mediastinum as whole is pulled to lt . Fresh pulmonary tuberculosis may be MDR confirm with BAL or Genxpert

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Pulmonary tuberculosis with collapse of left lung with pleural effusion.with pulling of trachea to right side A HRCT chest will give more information. Sputum for AFB , Blood for ESR. Montaux test. Sputum for CBNAAT testing

Trachea and mediastinum shifted to left. Left dome of diaphragm elevated. Fibrocavitary lesions left upper and midzone. Hyperinflation right lung. PTB sequele.

Old Case of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, with Fibrosis on left side of Lung,Now She developed lung infection ,Rx Inj Cefotaxim 1gm IV Slowly bd for 5 Day's, Cough Expectorant syrup 2tsf TDS, Tab Aceclofen plus Paracetamol 1 bd for 5 Day's

Left lung destroyed/collapsed with volume loss (ptb sequela)and ipsilateral pulling of the trachea.... Compensatory hyperinflation of rt lung...

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Opacity involving whole of upper and mid zone. Broad spectrum antibiotics, bronchodilators, can help. Further investigation advised to rule out malignancy and tuberculosis

Pleural effusion n MDR kock's Adv HRCT chest with sos plural tapping Sputum AfB Gen xpert Plural fluid sending to Culture sensitivity Routine microscopy ADA

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Completely fibrosed lung with COPD. Give antibiotics and inhalers. Nebulization will help and it has been found that Dezlazacort at a low dose of 6mg per day has shown significant improvement on quality of life if given for a period of 1 month

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Left side cp angle obliterated with lung collape / volume loss, trachea shift left side Rt lung hyperinflation adv HRCT chest R / O malignancy

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