63 yr old male pt,h/o difficulty in breathing frm 1 month

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Changes of COPD emphysema seen. Rt apical fibrobronchiectatic lesions with tracheal pull noted Bil fibrotic lesions seen. Findings sugg of PTB sequelae with COPD.

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X Ray chest shows - Reticulonodular infiltration in right apical region and upper zone, cavitatory lesion in left apical region Highly suggestive of pulmonary tuberculosis

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Evidently thick walled cavitory lesion with fibrotic strands rt upper zone seen of pulmonary tuberculosis with sequele

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CXR..STUDY.. ? PULMONARY KOCH'S.. NEED'S.. HRCT THORAX.. HEMOGRAM.. SPUTUM STUDY..CBNAAT..

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Fibrocavtory lesion rt upper mid zone PTB Sequelae Ad CBNAAT Sputum exam HRCT thorax RT PCR for COVID

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Hyperinflated lungs with cavitatory lesion. Do induced sputum AFB CBNAAT Pulmonary function tests, Cardiac markers, 2 D ECHO

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Sequele of pul kochs

FIBROTIC CHANGES seen And tracheal shift right CT CHEST AND R/O VOVID

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