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70yrs old male with c/o cough since 2wks.diagnosis ????

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Thick walled and large cavity with nodular infiltrates in lt paracardiac region pushing heart and mediastinum to contralateral side Lt cp angle is obscured Rt lower zone is hazy Most likely tubercular with effusion lt side
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Thick walled and large cavity with nodular infiltrates in lt paracardiac region pushing heart and mediastinum to contralateral side Lt cp angle is obscured Rt lower zone is hazy Most likely tubercular with effusion lt side
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Thick walled large cavity with nodular infiltrtes In lt paracardiac region pushing heart & mediastinumto contralateral side Lt c p angle is obsured Rt lower zone hazy Likely tubercular with efffusion lt side
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Left paracardiac thin walled lobulated opacity seen. Diaphragmic eventration seen. Mediastinal shift towards contralateral side. Left Cp angle obliterated. Adv CECT thorax. Possibly hydatid cyst.
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Tuburcular cavity primary focci Heart n mediastinum shift to contra latral Haziness in rt lower zone Confirmation sputum AfB Montux
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Lf Pneumato coele may be due to staph aureus along with Lf pleural effusion and Lf lung collapse,rt mediastinal shift.
Some cystic lesion on lower left lung n pleural effusion.do usg to rule out hydatid cyst,paragoniamus cyst
COPD with emphysema.large pneumatoceles in L lower zone causing mediastinal shift to right.
CYST LEFT LOWER LOBE MOST PROBABLY HYDATID CYST PUSHING MEDIASTINUM TO RT SIDE
Might be hydatid cyst or tubercular cyst with pleural effusion...
Diaphragmatic hernia? DDs pneumatocele/hydatid cyst?
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