Concluded Case

atypical pneumonia

31 yrs old female presented with progressive dyspnea fever and dry cough since last one week. spo2 90% BP 100/70mmhg HR 130/min WBC 15300 plt 130000 RS bil mid and basal crepts heard.

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Bilateral haziness and reticulo-nodularity in mid/lower zones,? interstitial pneumonitis,viral pneumonitis, atypical pneumonia.

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Progressive dysponea Tlc 15300 leucocytosis Plt 130000 thrombocytopenia Spo2 90% Xray chest shows bilateral congestion in lower zones Nodular infiltrates rt paracardiac zone rt side Rest of lungs are hyperinflated Viral pneumonitis b/l with secondary infection ARDS

Thanx dr Mehul Hundiwala
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Cardiomegaly B/L Reticolonodular opacities in mid and lower zones ? Viral Pneumonia

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BILATERAL RETICULONODULAR SHADOWS IN BOTH MID AND LOWER ZONES WITH BOARDERLINE CARDIOMEGALY POSSIBILITY OF VIRAL PNEUMONIA

Hyperinflated chest with bilateral fibrotic nodesinlower lobe hrct with contrast with sos biopsy HP leucocytosis with thrombocytopenia copd with query small lung ca after report

Its a case of viral pneumonia. Cardiomegaly is also noticed alongwith reticulonodular shadows.

Fibronodular opacities both lower lungs. Hyperinflation of both lungs. Cardiac shadow is WNL. Viral pneumonia.

Bilateral mid basal infiltration wth nodular opacities Hyperinflated lungs Progressive dyspnea WBC 15300 wth Thrombocytopenia Suggesting pneumonitis wth added infection.

Bilateral haziness and reticulo-nodularity in mid/lower zones,? interstitial pneumonitis,viral pneumonitis, atypical pneumonia.

X Ray chest showing bilateral lower zone hazyness along with reticulonodular shadow

Viral Pneumonitis

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