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Figure 6 (A-E): Imaging findings in tuberculous complications. (A) Axial CT lung window (window center -600 HU, width 1200 HU) shows thin-walled cavities in both upper lobes and presence of aspergilloma in RT upper lobe cavity. (B) Axial CECT mediastinal window (window center 40 HU, width 400 HU) shows contrast-filled pseudoaneurym (arrow) arising from the superior division of RT pulmonary artery (Rasmussen aneurysm) in the background of fibro-cavitary lesions in both upper lobes. (C) Axial CECT mediastinal window shows chronic empyema LT side with volume loss and pleural calcifications. (D) Coronal CT lung window depicts abnormal communication of pleural space with bronchial tree suggesting a bronchopleural fistula. (E) Axial CECT mediastinal window shows calcified LN in RT hilum causing post-obstructive atelectasis of RT middle lobe

Figure 6 (A-E): Imaging findings in tuberculous complications. (A) Axial CT lung window (window center -600 HU, width 1200 HU) shows thin-walled cavities in both upper lobes and presence of aspergilloma in RT upper lobe cavity. (B) Axial CECT mediastinal window (window center 40 HU, width 400 HU) shows contrast-filled pseudoaneurym (arrow) arising from the superior division of RT pulmonary artery (Rasmussen aneurysm) in the background of fibro-cavitary lesions in both upper lobes. (C) Axial CECT mediastinal window shows chronic empyema LT side with volume loss and pleural calcifications. (D) Coronal CT lung window depicts abnormal communication of pleural space with bronchial tree suggesting a bronchopleural fistula. (E) Axial CECT mediastinal window shows calcified LN in RT hilum causing post-obstructive atelectasis of RT middle lobe