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A 31-year-old female, 3 1/2 months ago developed an acute respiratory illness, mild yellow sputum, low-grade fever. It improved with home remedies. She visits today due to persistent dry cough and night sweats. no fever or chest pain noted. On examination patient in no distress, SAO2 95 % on room air, mild bilateral wheezing. Please give your opinion.

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Bilateral hyperinflated lungs with flattened diaphragm, COPD,emphysema Tracheal shift to right. Right upper zone fibrobronchiectatic and cavitatory lesions seen. Left midzone fibrobronchiectatic infiltrations Eventration of left dome. ? PT Suggest sputum AFB and CBNATT HRCT
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Diffuse floppy haziness rt upper zone and lt mid zone Heart is water bottle shape Pericardial effusion with pulmonary oedema Few small cavitory lesion also seen rt upper zone
Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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Rt apical fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Bil upper zonal obliquely placed inhomogenous opacities seen. Eventration of left hemidiaphragm. Adv Echo CD and CT thorax.
Apparently infiltration seen in right upper and left middle zone of lungs, Pericardial effusion is also seen Sputum examination and CBNATT to be done for koch's
Infiltration seen bin rt upper zone and lt middle zone suggestive of bileral active kochs
Koch's chest Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and treatment plan.
Thanks Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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? PULMONARY KOCH'S.. NEED'S.. HEMOGRAM.. CBNAAT.. SPUTUM STUDY.. 2D ECHO.. HRCT..
Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Pulmonary koch,s
Rt apico Bronchectesis changes, b/l bv markings present Go for HRCT THORAX, 2 D echo, ECG , ROUTINE BLOOD investigation
Rt apical fibrotic lesion lt midzone streak bilateral basal effusion tapping cbnat active Koch's
Do hrct for perfect diagnosis
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