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65 yrs male presented with cough fever anorexia since last week. wbc 18600 plt 97000 hb9 creat 1.6 bil basal crepts heard. 2Echo CD normal.

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SUGGESTIVE. OF RT. ... CONSOLIDATION LT.... OPACITIES..... SUGGESTIVE. OF RT. PL. EFFUSION WITH BRONCHO PNEUMONIA ADVISABLE USG

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Consolidation right lower lung. Floffy opacities left lower lung Right CP angle obliterated. Cardiac shadow is WNL. Bronchopneumonia with pleural effusion right.

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Hydropneumothorax rt lower zone Floppy infiltrates lt midlower zone Lt basal opcity Consolidation lt lower lobe with hydropneumothorax rt side Leucocytosis suggest infective lesion

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PLURAL EFUSSION rt basal lower zone shows inflitrate lt basal blunt opacity R seen Leucocytosis may indicate infective lesion or arriving complication Need of FNAC PIPRA+TOZA . BD TAPPING FOR P EFFUS AFTER CLEAR KOCH,S Monitor with intesive care

Its a case of hydropneumothorax.The right lower zone shows infiltrates with left basal opacity.Consolidation is present in the left lower side.The increased WBC count siggests infection.

SUGGESTIVE. OF RT. ... CONSOLIDATION LT.... OPACITIES..... SUGGESTIVE. OF RT. PL. EFFUSION WITH BRONCHO PNEUMONIA ADVISABLE USG

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COPD Bilateral BASAL consolidation, with synpneumonic effusion . Bacterial pneumonia, both bases ,double pneumonia Antibiotics, HRCT, pleural aspirate analysis for CBNATT,

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Emphysema Copd bronchopnumonia

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Bilateral lower zone haziness congestion(r/o CCF)? Rt lung fissural effusion LLZ patchy consolidation(?Pneumonitis)

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Non homogeneous cosolidation of rt mid nd ll obliterated rt cp angle Lt mid infiltration wth basal haziness Rt pleural effusion Bronchopnemonia?

Agree@Dr. Syam Sundar Patro sir ji

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