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fibrohazy densities are seen in both upper lobe. hazy infiltarates

fibrohazy densities are seen in both upper lobe.
hazy infiltarates are noted in both lower lungs .
heart is not enlarged .
aorta is calcified.
trachea is at midline .
both costophrenic sulci are intact .

name : chito
age : 65
sex : m
examination : chest pa
Mon, 5 Nov 2018
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