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80 yrs, male presented with progressive dyspnea and cough since last 3 weeks. no history of fever anorexia chest pain etc. bil wheezing heard. spo2 96% HR 110/min BP 120/70mmhg. plz comment on cxray.

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Thanks everyone for comments. Rt CP angle is looking much deep, along with raised contour of rt hemidiaphragm. Suspicious of subdiaphragmatic pathology. Adv USG.

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Thanks everyone for comments. Rt CP angle is looking much deep, along with raised contour of rt hemidiaphragm. Suspicious of subdiaphragmatic pathology. Adv USG.

Yes suspicious subdiaphragmetic lesion But sir bronchogram is well defined seen in lesion
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Plural Effusion with Pnemothorax?

Possible COPD predominantly Chronic Bronchitis

Hyperinflation of both lungs Tear drop configuration of heart suggestive of COPD Rhonchi suggest bronchospasm Therefore COPD is cause of progressive dyspnoea in this patient

Xray shows Copd wiith chronic allergic bronchitis with bronchial asthma.

Emphysema with bullae

A case of COPD

Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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Bronchovascular marking present ,seems to be allergic bronchitis

Chronic bronchitis with? Bulla

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