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Rt upper and mid zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Left basal fibrocavitatory lesion with obliterated Cp angle seen. Possibly Koch's empyema/ lung abscess. CT thorax would be helpful.

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Rt upper and mid zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Left basal fibrocavitatory lesion with obliterated Cp angle seen. Possibly Koch's empyema/ lung abscess. CT thorax would be helpful.

Lt cp angle oblitration suggest pleural effusion and soft infiltrates and haziness rt upper zone all this suggest pulmonary tuberculosis

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Rt............ ... Fibrobronchiectatic. Lesions Lt.... Basal. Fibrocavitary. Lesions.. .. Pleural. Effusion.... Soft. Infiltrate Probably.... 1. P TB..... Pneumothorax 2. Lung. ABSCESS Advisable... C T THORAX A F B. STAINING COMPLETE. BLOOD. EXAM

Bilateral fibro-bronchiectatic lesions in all lung zones. Reduced left lung volume with basal fibrocavitory lesion, shift of mediastinum to left side

X-ray PA view , technically a little over exposed film.Fibrotic bands are present on both sides , more on the right side. The carinal angle is normal. There is nonhomogeneous densites behind the cardia with a cavity by the side of cardiac border. The radiological impression is Necrotising pneumonia with lung abscess, associated with old pulmonary tuberculosis. ( dt: 2/2/19. 7:10.pm. ).

Mediastinum is shifted to left suggestive of left lower lobe atelectasis with cavitation. Lt upper lobe is having compensatory emphysema , no pneumothorax. Rt upper lobe having fiberotic strands probably old tubercular. Go for CT scan and/or bronchoscopy for cause of left lower lobe bronchus obliteration

Koch's RT midzone fibrotic lesion lt lowerzone pleural effusion usg diagnostic tapping

Left lower lobe collapse

Pneumo thorax with left basal pleurisy blood pocture require

Left lower lobe collapse

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