Cryptogenic organising pneumonia (COP)
Chronic breath shortness and cough
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Alveolar and ground glass opacities with a predominantly peripheral and peribronchial distribution are seen particularly at middle and lower zones of the both lungs.
The findings in a 50 Y/O patient with chronic cough and breath shortness are compatible with cryptogenic organising pneumonia (COP).
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