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Diagnosis of a CT Chest Post Contrast -1

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

  • Right upper lobar cavitary lung lesion with surrounding patchy consolidation, ground glass opacity and tree in bud pattern with similar scattered changes noted bilaterally…infective process…?TB…for clinical and lab correlation.
  • Normal CT features of trachea, main stem bronchi as well as their lobar and segmental divisions.
  • Normal pleural reflections; no pleural collections.
  • Multiple mediastinal lymphadenopathy identified…likely reactive.
  • Normal bony thoracic cage.