C/o- cough with sputum shortness of breath during exertion wheezing heard.

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Likely differential diagnosis includes Pulmonary edema Vs CAP. Check CBP, pro - BNP, Sputum culture and 2D echo.

If you stil have any doubts whether it's pneumonia, then also check CRP & serial pro calcitonin levels
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hx is not prpoer,it looks to b by asthamatic bronchitis

Calcified nodes seen bilateral do broncoscopic biopsy HP small lung cancer

Pulmonary tuberculosis.

interstitial shadows present. likely go be secondary infection or interstitial lung DS. depends on how long history is.

rt upper zone haziness which indicate rule out PTB along with chronic bronchitis

? bronchiectasis. Also to r/o br. asthma by pft

any history of asthma?

do CBP ,sputum,

essentially both lungs are clear.

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