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Cystic bronchiectasis, some with mucous plugging, fibrosis, cicatricial atelectasis, and minimal calcifications are demonstrated in the lingula of the left upper lobe and basal segments of the left lower lobe.
There are reticulonodular and patchy ground glass opacities in the left lower lobe and lingula and minimal patchy ground glass opacities in the posterior segment of the right upper lobe likely due to ongoing infection.
The entire oesophagus is markedly dilated. There is a 2.0-mm communication between the left mainstem bronchus and dilated oesophagus. Findings are consistent with broncho-oesophageal fistula.