Moderate bilateral volume loss is demonstrated. There is advanced pulmonary fibrosis with extensive subpleural interlobular septal thickening and marked peripheral honey combing most pronounced in the bases. Relatively diffuse geographic ground glass opacification is also noted and most consistent with contrast lobular septal thickening/interstitial involvement. Widespread traction bronchiectasis is demonstrated throughout all lobes, most notably within the middle lobe and lingular segments.
Multiple minimally enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes are noted, the largest being an 11 mm inferior pre tracheal node. There is borderline enlargement of the central pulmonary arteries consistent with a degree of pulmonary arterial hypertension. No pleural fluid or pleural nodularity is demonstrated. The oesophagus is normal in calibre.
Conclusion: Advanced pulmonary fibrosis with widespread honey combing, inter and intralobular septal thickening and traction bronchiectasis.