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Figure 1 (A-C): Discriminatory role of CECT thorax in excluding TB in patients with mediastinal lymphadenopathy on CXR. (A) CXR of 21-year-old boy who presented with fever and weight loss shows right paratracheal and bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy (solid arrow). (B and C, same patient as Figure 2 of part 1) Conglomerate necrotic mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy with rim enhancement suggestive of TB. The patient was subsequently started on anti-tubercular therapy

Figure 1 (A-C): Discriminatory role of CECT thorax in excluding TB in patients with mediastinal lymphadenopathy on CXR. (A) CXR of 21-year-old boy who presented with fever and weight loss shows right paratracheal and bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy (<i>solid arrow</i>). (B and C, same patient as Figure 2 of part 1) Conglomerate necrotic mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy with rim enhancement suggestive of TB. The patient was subsequently started on anti-tubercular therapy