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a 86 years old female with breathlessness. please comment

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Bil diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler shadows seen. Bil mid basal bronchiectatic lesions seen. Tracheal deviation towards right. Aortic knuckle calcification. Possibly ILD with post PTB sequelae.

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Bil diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler shadows seen. Bil mid basal bronchiectatic lesions seen. Tracheal deviation towards right. Aortic knuckle calcification. Possibly ILD with post PTB sequelae.

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Emphysematous chest Trachea is pulled to rt Reticular fibrosis bilateral Rt cp angle is obscured Discreet fibronodular infiltrates D/d copd with pulmonary tuberculosis 2 malignancy

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Tracheal shift to right Tracheal and aortic knuckle calcification Left lung fissural thickening Cystic and fibronodular and bronchiectatic changes seen in both bases and midzone Cardiomegaly Suggest ECHO ,HRCT , ABG

Old bronchectesis pl effusion rt
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Trachea shifted to Rt & pulled upwards Diffuse reticulonodular infiltration both lungs R>L Diaphragm is pulled upwards probably due to ascites B/L lower zone heziness ? Ca lung ? Aspergillosis

Old age ,probably ,bilateral aspiration basal brochopneumonia is to be ruled out .Look for systemic illness and co-morbidity related aspiration pneumonia. Rule out diabetes.

Bronchiactasis /malignancy/ millary tuberculosis with fibrosis

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Discrete fibroretucular infiltration bilateraly Bilateral basal nodular infiltration Tracheal deviation to rt D/d COPD EMPHYSEMA Wth ILD Tuberculosis Malignancy

SIGGESTIVE. OF BRONCHIECTASIS WITH CARDIOMEGALY ADVISABLE... C T. SCANNING / USG ROUTINE. INVESTIGATIONS

CHRONIC BRONCHITIS WITH LUNG INFELTRATION DO COVID TEST

Old PTB changes If symptoms persist go for sputum CBNAAT HRCT Chest If Short history treat as Pneumonitis with Atypical coverage

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