65 yr old male diabetic hypertensive c/o dyspnea aec wnl ige 236 cxr attached dd/investigations/Rx??? kindly reply

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Copd Emphysema Chronic Bronchitis ? Right basal pneumonia R/O tuberculosis Ad CBNAAT Sputum exam HRCT thorax

Prominent bronchovascular markings bilateral Calcified aortic knuckle Mediastinum is dilated I see homogenous opacity at thoracic inlet needs to explore adv ct scan

Thanx dr Pushkar ji Bhomia
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Changes of COPD emphysema with bil apical heziness seen. Aortic knuckle calcification seen. Adv CECT thorax, Echo CD.

COPD EMPHYSEMA ? PTB NEEDS FURTHER INVESTIGATION AND EVALUATION TO CONCLUDE AND LINE OF TREATMENT.

Thanks Dr Sandeep Ghodekar
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? COPD Needs all routine investigations for DM with CBC & PFT

IG E level high Might have Allergic bronchitis X ray chest : reveals Changes of bronchitis Adv : allergy testing full RBS , HBA1C

Rotated film Bil Hyperinflated Lungs, with flattened domes of diaphragm, COPD and emphysema Increased bronchovascular markings. Calcification of aortic knob .. Suggest HRCT, PFT ,ECG ,ECHO

SUGGESTIVE OF HYPERINFLATION COPD EMPHYSEMA AORTIC. KNUCKLE CALCIFICATION

COPD WITH BRONCHITIS. ANTIHYPERTENSIVE, ANTIBIOTICS, ANTIDIABETICS AND O2 INHALATIONS. HE WILL B OK.

Lung filed show bilateral fibronodular lesion involving all zones. Fracture ribs 1 anterio 3,4,5,6,7 posterior looks like it is pathological one

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