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60YRS FEMALE WITH HISTORY OF COUGH AND BREATHLESSNESS SINCE ONE WEEK PLEASE COMMENT ON X RAY CHEST PA VEIW

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Changes of COPD emphysema. Rt sided diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler Fibrocavitatory and Fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Tracheal deviation towards right. Left basal fibrocalcified scattered lesions seen. Hilum dragged up. Inferior Pulmonary arterial enlargement seen. Likely PTB sequelae with COPD emphysema with secondary infection. Adv Sputum examination for Gm Zn CBNATT bacterial fungal tubercular culture and sensitivity test. Medical management accordingly.
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Changes of COPD emphysema. Rt sided diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler Fibrocavitatory and Fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Tracheal deviation towards right. Left basal fibrocalcified scattered lesions seen. Hilum dragged up. Inferior Pulmonary arterial enlargement seen. Likely PTB sequelae with COPD emphysema with secondary infection. Adv Sputum examination for Gm Zn CBNATT bacterial fungal tubercular culture and sensitivity test. Medical management accordingly.
Trachea is dragged to rt Fibronodular cavity is seen in rt mid zone Fibrochachiatic lesions and floppy infiltrates all over chest rt side Mediastinum dialated likely lymphadenopathy Loss of lung volume rt side Lt lung hyperinflated Pulmonary tuberculosis with sequele
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SUGGESTIVE OF P. TB... WITH COPD... FIBROTIC RT.... FIBROCAVITARY
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Tracheal deviation to right.gross fibrotic changes in right lung with cavitation.fibrotic changes also seen in left lung.possibly old ptb with sequelae.
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Copd Emphysema Fibrocavitory lesion rt lung PTB Sequel Sputum exam CBNAAT
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Trachea shifted RT streak in lt apex calcified patch in lt basal haziness rt apex rt hilar prominent copd rt midzone fibrotic lesion looks old Koch's with copd cbnat hrct with contrast with expiratory film pft
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fibro cavitatatory diseasr of It lung. in india likely etioology is tuberculosis with sequele . secondary bacterial infection and recurrence of tuberculosis should be ruled out thru appropriate tests
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2 fibro cavitatory lessions on tt side...with trachea shifted to same side. . Send sputum for afb smear....and pyo c/s. If sputum neg . .plan for fob . .till trt pat with emperical antibiotics....
TRACHEA -----> RT FIBROCALCIFIC LESION RT. LUNG FIBROTIC LESION LT SIDE + MOSTLY OWER ZONE BRONCHIACTATIC CHANGES ARE SEEN BOTH SIDES EMPHYSEMA +
Look for secondaries sir .sequel of PTB bilateral fibrocavity lesion on rt lung. Go for sputum for afb and monteux test .Hrct
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