Eosinophilic pneumonia: probable
Fever and dyspnea for the last 10 days.
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Bilateral consolidation with peripheral distribution and lower lobes preference gives the "reversed bat wings" appearance. Ground glass patchy opacities with interlobular septal thickening are also present. Small pleural effusion.
The patient had an elevated eosinophil count in peripheral blood (6%). Combined with the reversed bat wings appearance, this makes the diagnosis of eosinophilic pneumonia very probable.