Spotter. 24/F, presented with Fever for 10days, cough, right chest pain, purulent sputum. TLC 12300, P- 72, L-27 M-0 E-1, ESR- 86, Hb- 8.4gm%. Her Sputum AFB report is now enclosed. She is Sputum Positive.

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TRACHEA IS CENTRAL .SOME. LOSS OF LUNG VOLUME ( Rt ) RT. COSTOPHRENIC AND CARDIOPHRENIC ANGLES ARE BLUNT TANSVERSE FISSURE IS PROMINENT,DENSE RT HILUM IS DRAWN UPWARDS .,CONSOLIDATION AND CollA- PSE RT UPPER ZONE WITH BREAK DOWN PTB WITH TUBERCULAR PL EFFUSION
infiltration with fibrocavitary lesion in RUZ along with fever , chest pain and high ESR highly suggestive of pulmonary koch
Thanks to all Experts for responding. She is now diagnosed as Sputum Positive Tuberculosis.
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Consolidation rt. Upper lobegoing for cavitation. Pulmonary Tuberculosis.
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