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  1. bb100

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    diagnose ? Please

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    There is miliary mottling and the heart seems to be enlarged. I think the most probable diagnoses are miliary TB, sarcoidosis and pulmonary hypertension (e.g. due to mitral stenosis).
     


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    Miliary tuberculosis
     


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    pulmonary oedema cardiogenic
     


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    cardiogenic pulmonary oedema
     


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    yes
    correct diagnosis is cardiogenic pulmonary oedema .
    Cardiomegaly and bilateral perihilar opasity are seen.
    Bat's wing or butterfly pulmonary opacities refer to a pattern of bilateral perihilar shadowing.
     

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    A . Alveolar oedema in Bat's wing appearance ,
    B. Kerley's B line
    C. cardiomegaly
    D . upper lobe vein dilatation
    E . minimal pleural effusion
    if so , the diagnosis is acute cardiogenic pulmonary oedema .
    but , why the patient was still supine :p
     


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