Patient in early 40 s with a week of fever and dry cough, the normal image on the left is one acquired a year earlier. Image 2 patient in mid 50s with similar history but unlike the former, has oxygen requirement. First patient discharged, second admitted for O2 therapy. Your opinion.

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Cardiomegaly Raised bil domes of diaphragms.bil diffuse parenchymal reticulonoduler and fluffy infiltrations and poorly defined multicavitary lesions seen. Few destructive lesions within GGos are noted. Bronchopneumonia ARDS Covid 19 pneumonia Are the provisional diagnosis.

1 & 2 COPD with Lung emphysema 3rd Dilated mediastenum Cardiomegaly Patchy lung infiltration Peripheral heziness CARDIOMEGALY with Pulmonary oedema Pneumonia ref Covid 19? SARI ARDS CECT is advised

Comparing the xrays third xray shows GGO bilateral extensively Cardiomegaly Pt has pneumonitis b/l certainly need added ventilation

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2 CXR ,= TRACHEA DRAWN TO LT DIMINISHED LUNG VOLUME LT MILD PL EFFUSION WITH COLLAPSE LT LOWER LOBE EXTENSIVE BILATERAL ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA BOTH SIDES RT LUNG SHOWING BIG B SHAPED OPACITY AT PLEURAL BASE UPPER PART OF B AT RT MID ZONE LOWER ONE AT LOWER ZONE WITH CENTRAL BREAKDOWN IN OTHER AREAS RETICULAR & GROUNGLASS TYPE OPACITY RT HILUM IS BULKY THESE CHANGES CAUSED HYPOXIA & ADMITTED FOR O2 THERAPY l

Dr Samir I praise your answer. Where you are engaged?
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3rd x RAY B/L Pneumonitis and cardiomegaly. Continue treatment added ventilation. Needs regular evaluation and constant monitoring .

Thanks Dr Shivraj Agarwal
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Extensive cardiomegely in last image. DD...Corona 19 / ARDS led broncho pneumonia.

B /L Pneumonitis lower lobe Pulmonary oedema Cardiomegaly Ad 2 DEcho 3 rd X-ray

3rd x-ray shows gross lung tissue obliteration causing ARDS suggestive of bronchopneumonia or covid19

CARDIOMEGALY COPD EMPHYSEMA B/L LOWER LOBE PNEUMONITIS ARDS RULE OUT COVID-19

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Last x ray shows Cardiomegaly Pul oedema Pneumonitis

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