Bronchiectasis and Mycobacterium avium infection
A male patient 71 years old, a long-term smoker, with intense productive cough, followed by expectoration of bloodless sputum. He suffers from continuous shortness of breath, typically associated with smoking. Bacteriological analysis of sputum confirmed the existence of Mycobacterium avium infection. On this CT scan, axial tomogram, lung window, we see reduced transparency of the lung parenchyma, the dominance of the middle parts of the lungs in the form of blur, dirty rough parenchyma, similar to "ground glass" opacified. Some dilated bronchi on both sides show thick walls along with fibrosis fields in the form of banded formations - "tramlines" sign. Rare subpleural thickenings are seen bilaterally.
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