Admitted with respiratory distress.
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Bilateral peribronchial thickening and a small right sided pneumothorax.
There is bilateral peribronchial thickening, but don't be fooled into thinking that's the main cause of respiratory distress and diagnose bronchiolitis - there's a right sided pneumothorax which is more likely to be the cause of the symptoms and signs and certainly needs to be observed.