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asbestosis.

55Y,M,metal factory labour, chronic dry cough,without dyspnea,incidental finding on cxray.plz comment.

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Holy leaf sign seen Bilateral pleira and diaphragmatic pleura showing calcification May be a case of asbestosis

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Pleural plaque present all over chest sparing apex and costophrenic angles.

Agree with Dr Rishabh.
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Pleural plaques

Holy leaf sign seen Bilateral pleira and diaphragmatic pleura showing calcification May be a case of asbestosis

Pleural plaques Occupational disease of lung If possible avoid exposure to any industrial Polluten

pleural plaques

Pleural plaques with thickened,nodular and irregular margins giving appearance of hollyleaf. Hollyleaf sign.

Pleural plaque multiple Looks like asbetosis

Pleural plaques are noncancerous areas of thickening in the lung linings caused by asbestos exposure.

Pleural plaques present all over chest sparing apex region.

Pleural plaque

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