There is lung architectural distortion due to patchy areas of intralobular septal thickening resulting in reticular pattern in peripheral and subpleural lung regions noted asymmetrically in bilateral lung fields with basal predominance.
There is evidence of dilated and distorted centrilobular bronchioles within the areas of reticulations suggestive of traction bronchiolectasis. There are surrounding areas of fibrosis with segmental and subsegmental bronchiectasis. There are multiple subpleural lines visible suggestive of fibrosis.
In addition to above findings there is evidence of patchy areas of concentric macrocystic honeycombing with peripheral and subpleural and in distribution seen asymmetrically in both lungs with lower zone and posterior predominance.
Few reactive and calcified mediastinal lymph nodes noted the largest measures 13x11 mm (precarinal).
Mild apical fibrotic pleural thickening noted bilaterally.
Lung volume loss and architectural distortion with reticular pattern, traction bronchiolectasis and bronchiectasis and fibrosis and subpleural lines with concentric macrocystic honeycombing in asymmetrically bilateral patchy subpleural and peripheral distribution as well as few areas of ground glass attenuation are findings most likely suggestive of idiopathic interstitial fibrosis or usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP).