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BILATERAL RETICULONODULAR INFILTRATES

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Bil diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler infiltration seen possibly old Infective sequelae or ILD. Ring like opacity seen at aortic knuckle. Adv Echo CD.and HRCt thorax. Evaluate and treat for active infection

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Bil diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler infiltration seen possibly old Infective sequelae or ILD. Ring like opacity seen at aortic knuckle. Adv Echo CD.and HRCt thorax. Evaluate and treat for active infection

Bilateral multiple reticulonodular opacities, 1)miliary TB, 2)h1n1 3)pnumonia leading to Ards, send complete hemogram, sputum afb, cb naat, sputum gram stain and culture sensitivity, hrct thorax, Blood culture and sensitivity, rft serum electrolytes, Starrt injection piptaz, pan 40,inj pct, cap fluvir 150mg Bd, Nebulisation with duolin and budecort, tablet mucomix 600mg Bd injection azee 500mg,

Normal exposed X-ray . No rotation. Cavitary lesion upper left lobe. Diffuse inflation of both lungs Cardiac silhouette enlargement. Cardiomedaly. PTB. Ddx Copd, chronic asthma

Fibronodular infiltrates discreetly placed all over lung fields bilateral Aortic kunckle ?calcified or a round calcified structure seen K c o dm/htn Pulmonary tuberculosis/ILD

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Bil diffuse fibronodular and reticular infiltrations PULMONARY artery prominent,? PAH Ring like shadow over aortic knob ? PT, ( MILIARY) , ILD Suggest CT ,,ECHO

?ARDS..multilobar pneumonia mostly viral...treat with broad spectrums antibiotics..oseltamivir..and azithromycine

EMPHYSEMA EXTENSIVE FIBROTIC CHANGES + BRONCHIACTASIS POST TUBERCULAR OA CHANGES IN SPINE CARDIOMEGALY +

SUGGESTIVE OF BILATERAL EXTENSIVE FIBROTIC. LESIONS COPD ILD PTB. SEQUELE

COPD Chronic asthma Emphysema Cardiomegaly Pulmonary TB sequel Aspiration pneumonia

Bilateral extensive fibrotic lesions COPD,Emphysema,ILD Sequels of PTB

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