Pulmonary tuberculosis - endobroncheal spread
Cough, night sweats, fever and weight loss for last one month. Positive family history of pulmonary tuberculosis.
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Numerous centrilobular nodules with opacified distal bronchioles giving typical tree-in-bud appearance
Multiple enlarged right paratracheal, subcarinal and right hilar lymph nodes.
The overall features, in this clinical context, are very likely for endobronchial spread of pulmonary tuberculosis.