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75 male C/o cough with expectoration off and on low grade fever since 2weeks. sop2 95% BP 100/70mmhg HR 93/min bil coarse crepts heard. he is farmer and nonsmoker. plz interpret CXR.

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Rotation ++ Fine reticulations with dense motlings both lower lungs. Unfolding of Aorta. Transverse cardiac diameter is WNL.. ILD/PTB

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There is fibronodular lesions in rt paracardiac region with few infiltrates in rt apex with reticular fibrotic markings rt side Trachea is pulled to rt Most likely pulmonary tuberculosis

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* PTB Bronchiectasis lesions seen in both lungs field. Right side CP angle obliterated. Lung volume decreased on rt side. Needs further investigations and evaluation to conclude diagnosis and line of treatment.

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Trachea deviated to rt side of the lung Rt apical haziness Bronchiectasis lesion scattered in both the lungs more so on rt side mid and basal area CP angle obliterated rt side Lung volume decreased rt side Heart size normal CT thorex Sputum for AFB ? Pulm tb

PNEUMOTHORAX left Trachea shifted to right , right hilum pulled up Cavities right upper zone Fibro bronchiectatic and nodular lesions right midzone and base, and left midzone COPD, PT SEQUEL, ? ACTIVE PT, PNEUMOTHORAX

Trachea shifted to rt Decreased lung volume in rt lung Bronhiectasis lessons seen in both lungs Rt cp angle is obliterated Most likely P. TB

Thanks Dr. Abdul Majeed Sir
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Rotation+ Diffuse reticulo bronchiecstatic lesions both lungsR>L RT parahiler calcified opacities Cardiac shadow is normal PTB ? ILD

Rotation ++ Fine reticulations with dense motlings both lower lungs. Unfolding of Aorta. Transverse cardiac diameter is WNL.. ILD/PTB

Trachea shifted right fibrocavitory lesion rt apex & lower zone CBC esr gene expert 3 day sputum for afb culture & sensitivity hrct must rarely I see Koch's at lower lobe emphysematous chest

BRONCHIECTASIS.... B /. L POSSIBLE... CH. BRONCHITIS ADVISABLE R / O.... P. TB

Occupation and radiological findings are suggestive of occupational lung disease.bilat reticulonodular disease with bronchiectatic changes.

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