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Diagnosis of a CT Chest Post Contrast

Patient’s Name:   
Referred by:    Dear Colleague
Examination:    Chest
Techniques:    Post Contrast Axial Cuts


  • Multiple right sided cavitary lung lesions with surrounding patchy consolidation, ground glass opacity and tree in bud pattern with similar changes Normal CT features of trachea, main stem bronchi as well as their lobar and segmental divisions.
  • Bilateral mild loculated pleural collections.
  • Multiple mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy identified…likely reactive.
  • Normal bony thoracic cage.
  • noted at left upper lobe to a lesser extent …infective process…?TB…for clinical and lab correlation.