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Figure 2 (A-C): Tuberculosis: Typical mediastinal lymphadenopathy.(A) Chest X-ray (CXR) showing right paratracheal (solid arrow) and unilateralright hilar lymphadenopathy (dashed arrow) without parenchymal abnormality. (B and C) Axial images of CECT chest (mediastinal window in another patient) show necrotic conglomerate lymph nodes in right paratracheal, bilateral hilar and subcarinal region with obscuration of perinodal fat showing “rim enhancement.” Note asymmetrical involvement of bilateral hilar lymph nodes

Figure 2 (A-C): Tuberculosis: Typical mediastinal lymphadenopathy.(A) Chest X-ray (CXR) showing right paratracheal (solid arrow) and unilateralright hilar lymphadenopathy (dashed arrow) without parenchymal abnormality. (B and C) Axial images of CECT chest (mediastinal window in another patient) show necrotic conglomerate lymph nodes in right paratracheal, bilateral hilar and subcarinal region with obscuration of perinodal fat showing “rim enhancement.” Note asymmetrical involvement of bilateral hilar lymph nodes