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Figure 7 (A and B): Tuberculosis (TB): Parenchymal consolidation (A) Axial high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) image (lung window) in a patient of active TB shows bilateral asymmetrical consolidation involving upper lobes and superior segment of right lower lobe with internal cavitation (solid arrows). Multiple scattered centrilobular nodules seen in remaining lung parenchyma in right upper lobe (dashed arrow). (B) Axial HRCT image (lung window) in a different patient shows thick walled cavity with adjacent consolidation in right upper lobe

Figure 7 (A and B): Tuberculosis (TB): Parenchymal consolidation (A) Axial high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) image (lung window) in a patient of active TB shows bilateral asymmetrical consolidation involving upper lobes and superior segment of right lower lobe with internal cavitation (solid arrows). Multiple scattered centrilobular nodules seen in remaining lung parenchyma in right upper lobe (dashed arrow). (B) Axial HRCT image (lung window) in a different patient shows thick walled cavity with adjacent consolidation in right upper lobe