Concluded Case

Chronic BRONCHITIS

pt of 60 yrs having cough with mild dysnoea, chest pain from last 15 days. ECG TWNL,TLC 12500/ cmm blood sugar normal. CXRay attached. give ur opinion

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Changes of COPD emphysema seen. Left apical calcified opacities seen possibly old Infective sequelae. Evaluate for active secondary infection and treatment accordingly.
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Patient need to the spirometery and pulmonary function evaluation if he was proven to be copd Need to classify the stage based on CAT score and MMRC scaling bronchodilators should be recommended
Changes of COPD emphysema seen. Left apical calcified opacities seen possibly old Infective sequelae. Evaluate for active secondary infection and treatment accordingly.
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Hyperinflated lungs Tubular heart Left apical tiny calcified opacities noted Lecocytosis Probably active infection over old infectiv sequel.
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COPD WITH LEFT UPPER ZONE OPACITY. MAY BE OLD KOCH'S LESION.ADV SPUTUM
SUGGESTIVE OF. COPD EMPHYSEMA ACTIVE SECONDARY. INFECTION
COPD, URTI, Emphysema, Secondary Infection