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M.45. Intermittent blood in sputum. 6months No fever/weakness. Blood comes with clearing of throat. Sputum. AFB negetive twice. ENT checkup. NAD.

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Rt basal consolidation with synpneumonic effusion. Adv CECT thorax and FOB.

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Rt lower zone homogeneous opacity suggestive of hydropneumothorax Hyperinflated lungs Rt paracardiac dense opacity suggest consolidation with rt lower bronchus Pneumonitis with effusion

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Rt basal consolidation with synpneumonic effusion Ad CECT thorax

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Rt basal consolidation with synpneumonic effusion. Adv CECT thorax and FOB.

Hyperinflated Lungs Trachea shifted to right Rt BASAL dense opacity, with CP Angle obliteration,? Synpneumonic pleural effusion ? MALIGNANCY CECT ,bronchoscopy, BAL for AFB AND CBNATT, cytology and fungus

Rt lower lobe consolidation with Effusion

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Right lower zone opacity sillhouting right dome and obliteration of cp angle DD right synpneumonic effusion or right lowerlobe mass with effusion History since 6months with no fever probably malignancy Do cect and then fob Any lymph nodes?

Rt lower lobe opacity sillhouting rt dome and obliteration of Costo phreninc angle..... DD rt pneumatic effusion or rt lower lobe mass with effussion H/o since 6 months with no fever probably of malingnancy Advise cect then fiber-optic bronchoscopy
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HYDROPNEUMOTHORAX RIGHT SIDE

Rt lower pneumonia with effusion CECT chest with Bronchoscopy IV antibiotis IV Tranexa Bronchodilator Mucolytic Chest physiotherapy

T.Swab culture, Bronchoscopy may be helpful for internal abnormalities

Rt lower lobe consolidation with synpneumanic

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