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Rt upper zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Rt Basal and left sided diffuse parenchymal infiltrating shadows seen likely PTB. Needs sputum BAL AFB CBNATT evaluation and treatment.

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Rt upper zonal fibrobronchiectatic lesions seen. Rt Basal and left sided diffuse parenchymal infiltrating shadows seen likely PTB. Needs sputum BAL AFB CBNATT evaluation and treatment.

Diffuse lung parenchymal infiltration on Rt upper & Lt mid & upper zone. Hyperinflatted lungs Tubular heart Upper fibrobronchiectetic changes Widdened mediastenum Artifact both upper zone PTB

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Diffuse infiltrative haziness rt mid and upper zone and lt mid zone seen of pulmonary oedema may be sequele to pulmonary tuberculosis

Copd with emphsematous bulla in lt upper fibrotic lesion in rt midzone lt calcified hilar cbnat hrct pft

Features of COAD B/L infiltration in Rt mid and left diffuse lung fields... CECT for correlation

PROBABLY... CHRONIC. BRONCHITIS ADVISABLE R /. O PULMONARY T B

Fibrocasseous PT, bilateral Pneumothorax, Lt apex

?pulm TB Further investigations to confirm the diagnosis

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