Concluded Case

M37. Irregular fever. Cough with expectoration Loss of appetite. 3months

1 Like

LikeAnswersShare
Concluded answer

Emphysematous bulla right upper lung. Bilateral diffuse fibro bronchiactetic changes. Hyperinflation both lungs. Cardiac shadow is tubular. PTB with COPD emphysema.

All Answers

Bilateral pulmonary tuberculosis- miliary tuberculosis D/D- Canon ball secondaries Bronchiectasis Aspergillosis ILD

Rt dome tented, Rt hilum pulled up, Rt lung volume reduced, all indicating fibrosis Rt upper zone loculated pneumothorax. . BIL diffuse fibrobronchictatic and cavitatory lesions . Tubular heart . PTB, ILD , Aspergillosis HRCT, sputum and BAL exam for AFB AND CBNATT, and fungus . Rule out HIV and DM

Changes of COPD emphysema. Rt paratracheal opacity seen. Bil diffuse parenchymal infiltrating shadows seen. Hilum pulled up. Tubular heart. COPD with extensive PTB.

Emphysematous bulla right upper lung. Bilateral diffuse fibro bronchiactetic changes. Hyperinflation both lungs. Cardiac shadow is tubular. PTB with COPD emphysema.

Fibronodular cavity rt parahilar mid zone And another cavity lesion lt peripheral chest mid zone Discreet fibronodular densities are seen bilaterally Rt dome is pulled up from cardiophrenic angle due to reticular fibrotic strands Pulmonary tuberculosis with sequele

SUGGESTIVE. OF COPD EMPHYSEMA ILD.... BRONCHIECTASIS SECONDARIES... ASPERGILLOSIS ADVISABLE USG /. CT. SCANNING

Rt paratracheal rounded opacity Diffuse parenchymal infiltration bilateraly Tubular heart Absent rt breast shadow.

BILATERAL DIFFUSE FLUFFY SHADOWS WITH RT UPPER ZONE BULLAE

Bilateral diffuse fibrocavities Pulm TB Sputum for AFB

g g fungal infection to be ruled out

Load more answers