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Bilaterally symmetrical fine reticular opacities with relative subpleural sparing, traction bronchiectasis mild ground glass opacities with lower lobe predominance.
Multifocal, subpleural ground glass change and reticulation without honeycombing in a patient with a history of scleroderma implies NSIP.
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