A 65-year-old male presents with jaundice, epigastric pain, weight loss, and severe shortness of breath. What’s the most likely diagnosis?

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Multiple cannonballs opacities noted bilateral placed discreetly Destruction and loss of lung tissues Malignant lung secondaries

Thanx dr Vel Munivel
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DDs ARDS Boop Fungal pneumonia Metastatic neoplasm. Septic emboli.

* malignancy ** PTB Needs further investigations and evaluation to conclude diagnosis and treatment plan.

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Malignancy PTB Fungal Pneumoconiosis Furter evaluation is required

METASTASIS IN LUNGS FUNGAL INFECTION

Metastatic neoplasm.

Possibly gastric or pancreatic or hepatic malignancy with multiple lung metastasis.

MULTIPLE METASTASIS

Pulmonary koch,s

Cannon ball opacities.. possibly due to lung metastasis..Find source of primary malignancy .

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