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Pulmonary TB

Patient gives a history of evening rise of temperature since 3-4 months , with productive cough present , loss of appetite, c/o weight loss , History of smoking beedi (30/day) and consumes alcohol 1 pint or 300-400 ml per day Grade 2 clubbing present Chest sounds diminished

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Opaque lesions are seen in rt apex and upper zone at scapular border Also seen peripheral coastal opaque shadow and lt lower zone Pulmonary tuberculosis History supports the findings

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Peripheral opacities seen. Emphysematus changes with bullous lesions seen in bil lung field. Possibly Koch's sequelae with COPD emphysema. Evaluate for active PTB.

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Opaque lesions are seen in rt apex and upper zone at scapular border Also seen peripheral coastal opaque shadow and lt lower zone Pulmonary tuberculosis History supports the findings

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Hyperinflatted lungs Emphysematous changes L>R Diffuse nodulocystic lesions mainly in peripheral areas ? Kala azar DD PTB Typhoid fever SARS COV2 pneumonitis

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C/o of active Pulmonary Koch's Bilateral haziness seen Fibrocavitory lesion in RT upper lobe Do sputum afb and gene expert HRCt chest needed

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Fibrotic lesion in rt Hypodense lesion in lt upper Lower rt lower outerside Looks typically ggo Hrct RT PCR clia cbnat Sarscov2 with Koch's Cbc CRP ddimer il6 LDH ferritin

Pulmonary koch,s

COPD Emphysema Chronic Pneumonitis

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