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M38. Irregular fever,cough and loss of appetite 2months. KCO- T2DM.

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Fibrocavitary lesions both midzones. PTB

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COPD emphysema. Bil mid zonal fibrocavitatory lesions seen. Evaluate for active PTB and associated fungal infection.

Not well defined cavity in RT middle zone hylar lymphadenopathy Go for sputum AFB gram stain And plasma ACE level also rule out sarcoiodosis

Bilateral middle zone Koch's.Not typical lesions.Work up with sputum exam,ESR,CBNAT
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Hyperinflated lund fields with B/L midzone cavitory lesions. needs further investigation to r/o PTB.

Rt middle lobe haziness seen PTB with COPD Sputum for AFB CBC ESR MT TB gold TB genexpert LFT RFT CORRELATED CLINICALLY FOR FURTHER MANAGEMENT

Fibrocavitary lesions both midzones. PTB

Hyperinflated lungs Tubular heart Fibrobronchetic changes present in mid lobe of both lungs Bronchiactasis Get sputum afb Hrct chest for confirm

B / L.... FIBRO CAVITARY. LESIONS ADVISABLE FURTHER. EVALUATION

X-ray shows cavity ,it is a case of pulmonary TB SEND SPUTUM FOR CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY AND GRAM STAIN.. refer to govt hospital for free treatment unless the pt wants to pay for treatment.

B/L middle zone fibrocavity lesion. COPD emphysema.not ideal figure with pul. Koch.

?pulm tb Evaluate

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