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Mixed infection!

50 yrs male presented with progressive dyspnea dry cough and fever since last one week. Hemodynamically stable. ESR 65 BSL 90 CBC normal. TB cavity or lung abscess Comment on cxray

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Multiple round small opacities in both lung , radiopaque opacity seen with thickwall cavity with fluid level on lt mid zone d/d lung abscess,pneumonia, tuberculosis

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